STELIOS C. ZEREFOS
Born in 1977, Stelios Zerefos has practiced architecture since 1999 after graduating from the University of Plymouth, UK and the University of California
at Los Angeles, USA. In 2004 he published his PhD thesis titled “Intelligent Limit: Criteria of the transformation of the building skin”. In the period
2003-2008 he was elected 4 times as a visiting lecturer at the National Technical University of Athens School of Architecture, while since 2009 he is an
Assistant Professor at the School of Applied Arts at the Hellenic Open University. In 2005 he has founded the architectural practice ZEREFOS TESSAS
ARCHITECTS with his colleague Christos A. Tessas.
Apart from university publications, publications in scientific journals and international conference proceedings his architectural portfolio
is focused on architectural and low energy design. He has taken part and contributed at several architectural competitions the most important
of which include a distinction at the Grand Egyptian Museum International Ideas Competition (2002), the first equal prize at the architectural competition
for fire victims in the extended fires of August 2007 and the first prize for the refurbishment of the Municipal Theatre of Corfu in 2010.
He is a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece, as well as international organizations focusing on digital architecture (ACADIA, ECAADE),
and was a member of the experts’ Committee of the EU Action COST C13 “Glass and the interactive building envelope”. He has contributed at
conference scientific committees and lectured at the European Masters’ Degree for Renewable Energy Sources.