MUSEUM OF BYZANTINE
The building of the Museum of Byzantine Culture is considered one of the best works of public architecture created in the last decades in Greece. Off competition ( and unfortunately after the pass away of its renowned architect Kyriakos Krokos), it was awarded a special distinction by an international committee at the ‘Awards 2000’ competition of the Greek Institute of Architecture, being characterized as “exemplary in its kind” and “a worthy example of public building, in the Public Works category”....
Social housing “Karditsa IX” & “Trikala VI”
These modern developments is situated in an area of 110 acres and 67 acres, respectively and reside at the outskirts of the town of Karditsa and Trikala (as named), in Central Greece. The total budget for both projects, at the time of construction was more than 85 million euros. They comprises 412 housing units in 66 building blocks of semi-detached houses and flats, a meeting room, and two shops. ....
GENERAL HOSPITAL OF PTOLEMAIDA
1990-1994: Completion of the unfinished building of the "Bodosakeio" General Hospital in the city of Ptolemaida. It is the largest hospital in West Macedonia and one of the largest in Northern Greece.
BYZANTINE MUSEUM OF VEROIA
1998-1999: Byzantine Museum of Veroia. This project was about the restoration of a historic watermill and the transformation of it to a museum. The project was awarded with the EUROPA NOSTRA HERITAGE prize.