Christina Fractopoulou has a degree from the Ecole d'architecture de Grenoble, DPLG as well as one year at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid. Since 2003 she has worked as an Assistant Architect on numerous projects including: The Hellenic World Foundation on Piraeus St. in Athens, a Commercial Center and Multiplex in Thessaloniki and the Xippas Gallery in Athens. As a Senior Architect she worked on many residential projects as well as the Renovation of the Grande Bretagne Hotel in Athens and the landscape and building of the casino Mont Parnes in Athens.
Her desire to design spaces with an attention to detail that offer a high quality of life has lead her to open her own office in Athens specializing mainly in residential projects and hotel accommodations.
Aspa Papazaharia received a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University AAD. Since 2000 she has worked as an Architect both in New York and Athens on commercial, governmental and residential projects including the Hellenic World Foundation on Piraeus St. in Athens. In addition to her work for local architecture firms in New York and Athens she has also developed her own commercial and residential projects in Greece which she currently manages.
She has also collaborated with artists to produce exhibitions at the Benaki Museum in Athens in 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2017.
Thisseas Fractopoulos has been an Architect Engineer DPLG from the Ecole d'architecture de Grenoble EAG since 1999. He received a Masters Degree specialized in Management of the construction enterprises from ESTP (Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics du Bâtiment et de l'Industrie) in Paris 2000. He is a member of the Technical Counsil of Greece and a certified Supervisor of Construction and Energy.
He has worked for CAMPENON BERNARD SGE on the finishes construction of three stations of the Athens Metro and on 2004 he managed the Image and Identity of Beachvoley during the 2004 Athens Olypmpic Games.
He is the founder and manager of 2A Architects, architecture and development office based in Athens with a number of materiased projects all over Greece. All projects started from a basic design concept and were fully completed, true to the philosophy of the office.
Alexandros Papadias was born in the U.S. and graduated from the Architecture School of the Aristotelean University of Thessaloniki in Greece. He has a Masters in Architecture from Bartlett Faculty of Architecture, London 1999 . In 2012 he got his PHD in Architectural Theory National from the Technical University of Athens and he has taught at UCY/Post Graduate Course.
He is a Member of the Greek Architects Chapter (POA) and a member of the technical council of Greece.
Since 2000 he has participated in very significant cultural projects for Athens, such as the Ancient Athenian Agora archeological site (2001) and the Foundation of the Hellenic World (2000). He also worked with the Wilmotte office in Paris for the Acropolis Museum competition (2001).
He worked for CVZ (2001-2006) starting as a junior architect in 2001 and gradually headed the design team and supervision of large retail projects.
He set up his own practice in 2006, and worked on several projects in Athens and on the islands. He is the founder of makeworkshop