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Sotiria Sarri

Co-Director, Senior Design Architect

Sotiria Sarri holds a DiplArch from Plymouth University (RIBA Part I & II) and an MSc in Spatial Design: Architecture and Cities from the Bartlett, UCL London.

 

Before joining MKSTudio, she gained professional experience from prestigious international architectural offices in Athens (ISV, Potiropoulos & Partners), London (Squire & Partners) and Barcelona (MYAA Architects). Furthermore, in Barcelona she had the opportunity to collaborate with the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IaaC)as part of the European projects team and to coordinate the bi-annual international symposium on the future of cities, Responsive Cities Symposium 2019 – Disrupting through circular design. She has also worked as an architect and urban design consultant for international and European funded projects at Mcrit & Ersilia Foundation.

 

She has participated in various architectural competitions and her work has been featured in international journals and publications and recently in the Spanish Pavilion of the Venice Biennale 2021.

Publications:

- Sarri, S. Palimpsest industry: industrial heritage and intangible cultural heritage in the creative city: a comparative analysis of the Old Truman Brewery in London and Technopolis in Athens. In: “Identidades: territorio, cultura, patrimonio”, 2020, núm. 9. ISSN: 1886-6840.


- Sarri, S. (2017), ‘Palimpsest industry: industrial heritage and intangible cultural heritage in the creative city. A comparative analysis of the Old Truman Brewery in London and Technopolis in Athens’. In: Heitor, T., Serra, M., Pinelo Silva, J., Bacharel, M., Cannas da Silva, L. (eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Space Syntax Symposium. Lisbon: Instituto Superior Técnico,p. 109.1-109.19.


- Sarri, S. (2017), ‘Vertic-scape: Staging an infrastructure of hybrid assemblages’. In: Psarra, S., Kostourou, F. and Krenz, K. (eds.), E-merging Design Research: Pop-Up City. MSc Spatial Design: Architecture & Cities. The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, 2015-2016, p. 58-63.