Kalliope Kontozoglou
Erieta Attali
Kalliope Kontozoglou

Kalliope Kontozoglou

Architects from 9B, Valaoritou, Athens, Greece
Studied with David Greene at the Polytechnic of Central London (now University of Westminster) and with Dalibor Vesely at the School of the Architectural Association (AA) where she graduated with the Diploma Prize (1981).

Collaborated with Tim Ronalds on a number of projects (1982-1988), the last one of which won the 1988 The Sunday Times-RIBA Community Award, sponsored by the Prince of Wales.

Upon her return to Athens (1989) she joined T.Spanomaridis and I.Zachariadis as a partner for a year before starting her own practice. In 2003 she merged her practice and became a partner with A. and B. Stylianidis and K.Sionis and formed 3SK Stylianidis Architects that specializes in the design of Hotels and Holiday Resorts. Since recently, she is operating as a free-lance architect both in Greece as well as abroad.

Taught design at both Intermediate and Diploma Level of the AA (1982-86).Visiting lecturer at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University in 1993. Organised and taught at the First (1994), the Second (1997) and the Third (2013) Athens Studio for the School of Architecture and Fine Arts, University of Western Australia, as well as the Studies Abroad Program for the School of Architecture, University of British Columbia, Canada (1998). This spring was an invited lecturer and juror at the Academy of Fine Arts, Institute for Art and Architecture in Vienna. Member of the Advisory Board of the NGO SARCHA (School of Architecture for All).