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Alexios Vandoros

Country Representative, Greece (2009-present)

Thessaloniki, Greece

Vandoros & Partners

Alexios Vandoros was born in Thessaloniki and he studied Architecture in the Department of Architecture in the Polytechnic Faculty of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.TH). He graduated in 2005.

Since 2003 he works in the architectural office Vandoros + Partners architecture practice, while since 2006 he is a collaborator of the office and responsible of the constructional sector.

In 2006 he created the company Vandoros Constructions that works on the field of constructions and renovations of interior and exterior spaces.


During his studies and up to today he deals in theoretical level with tall buildings and generally with architectural issues, while he often writes articles in the newspapers in point of Architecture.

Since January 2006 he teaches 3d drawing programs as exterior collaborator in the official
delegation of Autodesk in Northern Greece, INFOTECH. At the same time he deals with the graphic design and the creation of forms, poster, logos, as well as three-dimensional graphics. He often organizes special architectural trips in various destinations around the world.

Since 2008 he holds the position of Country Representative for Greece at the CTBUH
(Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat).


At 2008 he organized (president of the Steering Committee) for the first time at Thessaloniki
the event ‘Architectural Week 2008'.

From 2008 to 2012 he was chief editor at the e-magazine GreekArchitects.gr.

He has edited four books of Architecture.

At 2009 he created the group ArchiTeam, which has created the projects:
ArchiPaper > our online architecture newspaper
ArchiTravel > online Architectural Cities Guide
ArchiCalendar > online Architectural Event Calendar
Point Of View > Conversations with architects, artists, journalists and critics
Coffee Time Project > A series of catchphrases in coffee mugs and T-shirts
DestiNations > the adventure of civilization

Personal websites:
www.alexvandoros.com
www.alexiosvandoros.com