ABOUT

VTRIA Architects

The Architectural Office VTria Architects was created in 1980 in the city of Lamia and has worked in projects all around Greece. Over the years our firm was developed into a team of people that work with a dynamic approach, a modern view and a clean-cut edge in creating projects with inspiration and innovation. We work on a wide range of building typologies, including

housing

urban planning

restoration projects

public buildings

interior design

educational buildings

landscape architecture

cultural projects

Our inspiration derives from every aspect of contemporary life and our main goal is to create timeless and functional projects that respect the environment, the history of the places that are built in and most importantly the needs and the desires of all the people that use and enjoy them. For us, the building is not the limit. It is the continuation of the landscape and it works as the connection between nature and the built environment.


THE TEAM

VASILIS TRIANTAFYLLOU

ARCHITECT N.T.U.A.
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, UNIVERSITY OF PATRAS

Vasilis Triantafyllou has graduated from National Technical University of Athens in 1975 and has been working as an architect ever since. He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece where he has been elected to be a part of the Administrative Committee several times. He has served as an Assistant Professor of the Department of Architecture in the University of Patras, he has participated in numerous international architectural competitions and he has received many awards and destinctions.

As an architect he has worked on a large number of building typologies, such as public buildings, City Halls, museums, hotels and resorts, restaurants and bars, private residential projects, landscape designing and interior planning. His projects have been published in national and international architectural magazines and websites.

IFIGENEIA TRIANTAFYLLOU

Architect U.TH.
M.A. – LANDSCAPE AND URBANISM
[KINGSTON UNIVERSITY, UK]

Ifigeneia Triantafyllou was born in 1985 in Athens. She has graduated from the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly and is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece since 2009. In 2012 she completed her Master’s Degree in Kingston University [UK] and was awarded with the title “Master of Arts [MA], Landscape and Urbanism”. In 2018 she has completed her Master’s Degree in the University of Athens under the title “Architecture and Mass Media” that was based on a research concerning the way Architecture is being perceived by mass media.

She is working as an Architect since 2009 and she has participated in many international architectural competitions and at the same time she has worked as an interior designer and as a project manager in London.

DIMITRIS TRIANTAFYLLOU

Architect U.TH.
M.S.ARCH. – RESILIENT AND SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES
[KU LEUVEN, BELGIUM]

Dimitris Triantafyllou was born in 1989 in Athens. He has graduated from the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly and is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece since 2018. In 2010 he studied in Politecnico di Milano following the Erasmus Exchange Programme and in 2016 he completed his Master’s Degree in Leuven University [KU Leuven] in Belgium and was awarded with the title “Master of Science in Architecture [MSArch], Resilient and Sustainable Strategies”. As an Architect he has participated in several international architectural competitions and projects and he is also working with Architectural photography where he has received many commendations.

In June of 2016 he has travelled in the city of Moshi in Tanzania as a volunteer of an International Volunteer Program that aimed to refurbish an Elementary School Building and its dining area.


ASSOCIATES

Kwnstantinos Lelis, Civil Engineer A.U.TH.
Nikos Papadopoulos, Civil Engineer N.T.U.A.
Giannis Apostolou, Electrical Εngineer U.P.
Simos Simos, Μechanical Εngineer A.U.TH.
Dimitra Tserga, Architectural Designer
Aris Pipelias, Photographer
Nikos Stefanis, Photographer
Nikos Bilalis, Web Developer – SiteSyntax