314 Architecture Studio - Pavlos Chatziangelidis
Studio 314 was founded by Pavlos Chatziangelidis in 2004. The name ‘314’ of the studio, is inspired from the mathematic symbol π = 3,14 that is used to count the diameter of the circle. This reference is related to the philosophical dimension of the concept of the circle.
The basic characteristic of the design beside the ecological, social and programmatic aspects of the projects, is the creation of a shell that urges the user to experience an abstraction. Each one of the studio's projects has its own unique character and it’s not following a typical design pattern. This is the result of the studios’ design process that is based on experimenting and improvising through new ideas, concepts and practices.
Works of the studio have been presented in many Architecture exhibitions and have been published in world’s most popular books, magazines and websites. Our H_3 project has been filmed on documentary for Argentina and Qatar television.
H_3 house in Athens:
Official Nomination for 2015 Mies Van der Rohe European Union prize.
Official Nomination for 2015 Piraneski Dnevi International awards.
H_3 was among '20 most popular projects' on the worlds most visited architecture magazine 'Archdaily' for 2013.
First prize on "30 Years of Architecture" by KTIPIO for 2016.
H_34 apartments in Voula:
Official Participation in the 8th Greek Architecture Biennale.
C_29 optical shop:
Official nomination for 2017 Mies Van der Rohe European Union prize.
Architizer A Awards 2016 "Special Mention"
Greek Official Participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale, 2016 (‘this is a co-op’)
1st prize Exploring the boundaries awards. 1st prize 2013 'Greek Architects' website thesis awards.
Senior Architect: Pavlos Chatziangelidis was born in Athens in 1977. He founded 314 architecture studio in 2004. He studied Civil Engineering in National Technical University of Athens 1996-2002 and Architecture Engineering in The University of Thessaly 2006-2012. In 2004 he acquired a Master of Arts degree in design in the Middlesex University of London.
Senior Architect: Giota Chala was born in Athens in 1985. She studied Interior Design in the Technological Educational Institute of Athens (2003-2008) and Architecture in the National Technical University of Athens (2010-2014). She has been working in 314 Architecture Studio since 2015.
Discover the full projects on Archisearch:
H_70 Housing Complex in Faragas, Paros
H_50 House in Petralona
C_29 Optimist Store in Chalkida
Archaelogical Thematic Museum of Piraeus
Location: Markou Mpotsari 12, Glyfada, Athens, Greece, Europe, 16675