George Papadopoulos Skinotechniki
George Papadopoulos Skinotechniki

George Papadopoulos Skinotechniki

Architects from 9 Digeni Akrita, Lemesos, Cyprus
GEORGIOS PAPADOPOULOS is an Architect and Interior Designer. He graduated from the London University’s Bartlet School of Architecture with First Degree Honours. He obtained the Diploma in Architecture and became a member of RIBA, ARCUK and ETEK. He studied under such Architects and teachers as James Stirling, James Gowan, and Phylip Tabor.


In 1992 he formed the company SKINOTECHNIKI, to provide his clients with a complete package that includes design and construction of sets for the stage television and film, exhibition stands, museums, and architecture.

He designed for stages and tv channels in Cyprus and around the world such us the Alberta Ballet Company-Canada, Ballet Austin-USA, THOK (The Cyprus National Theatre), ITI (International Theatre Institute), Bloomsbury Theatre – London, Vergina Theatre -Thessaloniki, EBU (European Broadcasting Union), UNICEF, PIK-Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, Sigma TV-Cyprus.
For many projects, he collaborated with award winning Disney director Derick Lasala, and ITN executive producer Munro Forbes.

His comprehensive exhibition, “Evoenos Nisos” on the history of wine making in Cyprus took part in the celebrations for Patra-Cultural Capital of Europe 2006.

In 1996 he was a price winner of Architectural competition for the rehabilitation of the RIALTO cinema in Limassol, Cyprus.
In 2007 he was awarded the state price for scenography for his work in the short film “Farmakon” by Ioakim Mylonas.
In 2008 he was elected as the production/set designer for the Junior Eurovision 2008 that took place in Limassol, Cyprus. EBU described the set as impressive. Co-producer UNICEF described the show as “the best ever.