Pantelis Kampouropoulos

Pantelis was born in 1983 and raised in Rhodes. From 2001 to 2007 he studied renovation and restoration of buildings at the Higher Technological Institute of Patras. Subsequently, he continued his architectural studies at the Technical University of Patras until 2011, when he received his MArch diploma.

He has worked for several architectural and engineering offices in Greece (2010 – 2012), while in 2012 he established his own architectural office Studio A (2012).

Since then he has participated in architectural and design competitions and earned a distinction for “Re-think Athens” (2012). He has also curated the first architectural exhibition for Dodecanesian architects (2013) and was the general secretary of the delegation of the Dodecanesian Technical Chamber and an active member of the board of the Architectural Club of Dodecanese (2014). In 2014, he established Open Platform for Architecture. Finally, in 2017 PANK architecture was ready.

His work has been exhibited and he gave several lectures (tedX/University of the Aegean, museum of Architecture/Haarlem, Studium Generale/Rhodes) (2016). Also, his work has been awarded from the prestigious The Chicago Athenaeum (International Architecture Award) (2015), the European Comission (1st prize and commission, Green Stand Award) (2015-2016), the Municipality of Serres (award) (2015). His work is widely published around the globe.

Pantelis is a registered member of the Greek architectural registry.


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