Dr. Artemis Kyrkou

Dr. Architect Engineer, Mandated Professor

Architect (AUTH), Engineer of morphology and restoration of Buildings (Peloponnese University), PhD Helathcare facility Deisgn, Post Doc on the research of the role of Public Spaces at Children's and Adolescents' psychiatric facilities

Artemis Kyrkou: is a graduate of the American College of Thessaloniki, the Department of Renovation and Restoration of Buildings and Complexes (Peloponnese University) and the School of Architecture (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki). In 2019 she obtained her PhD and in 2021 her PostDoc research under honorary academic scholarship. Her area or research focuses on architectural synthesis and architectural design, the design of healing environments, the role of landscape as tool in architectural composition. She is practicing and teaching architectural design. Her work includes health care facilities planning, design of commercial, educational, leisure spaces and interior design of private and public spaces. She has published articles in international scientific magazines, scientific book chapters and has taken part in many international architectural conferences, workshops and architectural competition committees. She is a member of the UIA (Union Internationale des Architectes – International Union of Architects) and represents Greece in “Architecture and Children Work Program”. Currently, she is an Adjunct Professor at International Hellenic University - Department of Interior Design.

Architectural compostition, Architectural design, Healing Environment, Role of the landscape in architectural synthesis

1 Post Doc, 1 PhD, 17 Publications in scientif magazines, 2 Book chapters, 10 papers in Scientific conferences, 8 Citations

1 honorary academic scholarship for original Artistic / Architectural work equivalent to Postdoctoral research of the research committee of the A.U.Th. for the Department of Architecture

Indicative Portfolio of projects