architecture, urbanism, community participation, urban regeneration, urban commons, social innovation
Androniki is a Marie-Curie Early-Stage Researcher at RE-DWELL ITN, doing her PhD at DATMC, ISCTE. She is an architect licensed from the Technical Chamber of Greece, with international professional experience. She holds a diploma in Architecture from the University of Patras, Greece (2016) and an MA in Architecture and Historic Urban Environments from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (2019).
She has collaborated with several international studios, gaining professional experience in diverse projects including architectural and interior design, landscape and urban scale projects and masterplans, as well as policy and guideline reports. She has also worked as a researcher in the Hellenic Institute of Architecture and recently as a teaching assistant at the Master in City and Technology, IAAC.
Her research incentives relate to interdisciplinary methodologies towards the concept of participatory planning and urban regeneration, working across architecture, art installation, model making, film, ethnography and social history. She has also actively participated in exhibitions, lectures, workshops and conferences as an organizer, researcher and volunteer.