Stefanos Skarlakidis

Architect Thessaloniki / Greece

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Stefanos Skarlakidis

Stefanos Skarlakidis was born in Thessaloniki in 1986.

- He received his Diploma of Architecture from UTH (University of Thessaly, Volos) in 2010.

- In 2011 he received his MArch in Architecture Design from Kingston University (London).

Alongside his studies he has worked with the architectural firm “149, Dimitris Philippitzis & Associates” and had internship at “A.M.Kotsiopoulos and Associates”. He has been external collaborator to several architectural studios, among them "Dimitris Simonis Architects" and "40.22. Architects".

He participated in student and international architectural competitions. Among them, “Restoration of Volos’ orphanage yard"," D. Areopagitou 2008: facing the rear facades of listed buildings on Dionysius Areopagite 17 and 19 ", "Redesigning the Monumental Area of Heptapyrgion, Thessaloniki", "Redesigning Eleftherias Square" and "Museum for Argo".
His work has been exhibited and published both in print and in electronic media.
Stefanos Skarlakidis
Stefanos Skarlakidis
  • Address Soumela 39, 551 32 Thessaloniki | Greece
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Stefanos Skarlakidis was born in Thessaloniki in 1986. - He received his Diploma of Architecture from UTH (University of Thessaly, Volos) in 2010. - In 2011 he received his MArch in Architecture Design from Kingston University (London). Alongside his studies he has worked with the architectural firm “149, Dimitris Philippitzis & Associates” and had internship at “A.M.Kotsiopoulos and Associates”. He has been external collaborator to several architectural studios, among them "Dimitris Simonis Architects" and "40.22. Architects". He participated in student and international architectural competitions. Among them, “Restoration of Volos’ orphanage yard"," D. Areopagitou 2008: facing the rear facades of listed buildings on Dionysius Areopagite 17 and 19 ", "Redesigning the Monumental Area of Heptapyrgion, Thessaloniki", "Redesigning Eleftherias Square" and "Museum for Argo". His work has been exhibited and published both in print and in electronic media.