Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies
Andreas Panagidis is an architect and planner, with an MA in Architecture from the Royal Danish Academy. During his professional practice as an architect both in Cyprus, the UK and the US, Andreas has gained experience primarily involved in residential projects of various scales and sectors. He holds a second masters degree, the MSc in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Amsterdam. His research interests are in the pursuit of transcending scalar and disciplinary boundaries between architecture, planning and geography and in investigating the liminal spaces between homes, neighbourhoods and the commons. He is currently an Early Stage Researcher within the Marie-Curie funded programme "Re-Dwell". With the research project "Urban living labs and the role of users in the co-creation of sustainable housing" he will explore participatory practices, processes of co-production and local governance at the community level.