Alexandros Kallegias

DipArch MArch RIBA TEE(Gr)

I studied architecture at the Department of Architecture, the University of Patras (Dipl. Arch.) and completed graduate studies at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture in London (MArch. & Urbanism). I am an architect and member of the Chamber of Architects in Greece and the Architects Registration Board in the United Kingdom.

I have been involved in a number of projects in Greece, from cultural to residential. I also have extensive design experience as a Senior Architect at Zaha Hadid Architects, where I worked on a number of high-profile, mixed-use schemes. I also bring a breadth of experience as a BIM Manager. Being a member of the UK Transformation North West cohort I conduct research on the use of data in the AEC industry.

Bringing with me a wealth of architecture and design knowledge, I have taught as an Associate Lecturer at multiple prestigious universities in the UK. My teaching experience is linked with work at the Architectural Association, the Bartlett, Oxford Brookes University, Cardiff University and Liverpool University. 

My research has been presented and published in peer-reviewed reports and international publications including eCAADe, CAAD Futures, and SimAUD, among others.


My primary interest throughout childhood and early adulthood was creativity. 

Whether it was sketching, painting, or model crafting, I was drawn to everything that allowed for creative expression. This was combined with my interest in construction and understanding how things fit together and function to perform their purpose. Being inherently curious, I keep exploring the various possibilities of architectural design and construction through prototypes and experiments via applied research.

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