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Costis Skroumbelos

Phivos Skroumbelos


Costis Skroumbelos

was born in Athens, Greece, in 1955. Studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AA), London, (1974-1979) and Urban Planning, History and Theory of Architecture at the Graduate School of the AA, with scholarship (1979-1981).

Since 1983 he works in Greece with the architect Elias Skroumbelos where he becomes a partner in 1995 at the firm “E. Skroumbelos, J. Vikelas, C. Skroumbelos and Associates, Metron”. In 1999 he founded his own firm CSKR architects and associates.

Projects that the he designed are Airports, Universities, Hospitals, Congress Halls, Museums, Housing Complexes, Urban Developments, Hotels, Office Buildings Master Plans, Such as the new archaeological museum at Pella, the new theatre of the city of Larissa, the Archaeologi-cal Museum of Chalkis, the Olympic sailing centre at Agios Kosmas, the international broadcast centre (IBC) for the Athens 2004 Olympic games, construction design and museologi-cal study for the New Acropolis Museum, the Myrtini and Anemi urban developments, the Kosmopois centre development and more.

Phivos Skroumbelos

was born in London, United Kingdom, in 1982. Studied architecture at the Architectural Association (AA), London, (2000-2006) and was awarded the AA Prize in 2004.

He worked at Zaha Hadid office on projects such as The Opus, Dubai building, Eleftheria Square in Nicosia Cyprus, etc. (2006-2008). Since 2008 he joint CSKR architects and associates and in 2010 he becomes a partner at skroumbelos c + ph architects and associates.

Projects that the he designed are, Museums, Theatres, Housing Complexes, Urban Develop-ments, Hotels, Office Buildings Master Plans, etc. Such as the new archaeological museum at Chalkida, the new archaeological museum at Heraklion Crete the new theatre of the city of Larissa, the Anemi urban devel-opments, private houses, restaurants and more.