Andreas is a London based practicing Architect, Scenogrpapher and Lecturer in Scenography at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama – University of London. He is founder and artistic director of Performing Architectures.

He is a professional member of ARB (Architects Registration Board UK) and SBTD (Society of British Theatre Designers).


His designs of the “Nea Skini” Athens national theatre’s new studio theatre (completed in 2009) were awarded a “Gold Medal for best work in theatre architecture and performance space” in Prague Quadrennial 2011.

He was born in 1973.

He studied architecture at AUTH (1992-1999, dipl. Project “A Centre of Theatrical Research in Ancient Sikyon”), design at Ecole d’ Architecture de Lille (1994-1995), drama at “Theatre Lab” Thessaloniki (1994-1999), theatre design – scenography at Wimbledon College of Art / University of the Arts London (1999-2001, Master of Arts in Theatre Design/Scenography, thesis title: “Visualizing The Invisible: The Creation of a Theatrical Topos”).

Between 2003 and 2012 his architectural/ interior design / scenography studio, based in Athens and Korinthos in Greece, has worked on a large number of private and public architectural projects in different scale and type of buildings including exhibition design, bar-restaurants, housing, hotels, theatres, factories, urban planning.

His work as a scenographer, since 1995, includes collaborations with  Athens and Epidavros Festival, Greek National Theatre, Workhorse Productions London, Edinburgh Fringe Festival,  Bald Theatre, Piramatiki Skini Thessaloniki, Vafeio Theatre, Highway Productions. He has directed performances in Thessaloniki and London.

He has taught theatre architecture and scenography courses (2006-2010) at the Theatre Studies faculty – University of Peloponnesus.