Education: Architect, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1991 Affiliation: Technical Chamber of Greece,
Association of Greek Architects
Alexandra, a founding partner of archiplus architects & associates, studied architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Alexandra has worked on a wide range of building projects and has participated in small studio-oriented design teams, as well as larger, market-driven, interdisciplinary teams. Through this experience she has successfully integrated the conceptual demands of design with the rigor of building economics.Alexandra has worked on the detailed design phase of various university and school buildings, hospitals, shopping malls, hotel complexes and country villas. She has worked on the architectural construction documentation for a 27-building complex for the thermoelectric power station of Chania in Crete island; as well as for the construction documentation of the power station in Rhodes island and the power station in Megalopolis, Peloponnese.In 2002-2003 she has participated to the design/build competition for the new Student Housing and Student Dinning Hall in Orestiada for the Democritus University of Thrace and the design/build competition for the new Faculty of Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens.Between 1998 and 2000 she was the project – team leader for the design development and approvals from competent authorities, cost control and construction documentation for the New Wing of the Athens Old Peoples Home.