The office was established in 1983 in Kyparissia by George Gotsis. In 2021, after a series of internal fermentations, the office was renamed GOTSIS ARCHITECTS + ENGINEERS, consisting of a team of engineers specializing in the design and construction of buildings. The hybrid composition of our team, both by young and experienced engineers, harmoniously combines creativity with experience, creating buildings with unique architecture and high quality.
Who we are
He graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Pavia (Università degli Studi di Pavia) in 1982. During his studies he dealt with the study and design of bridges. Returning from Italy, he started his professional career by establishing his own office. He is responsible for a large variety of aspects involved in a project (research – study – supervision – construction – administration).
Gotsis Konstantinos - Paraskevas
He is a graduate of the Department of Civil Engineering of the Cyprus University of Technology (2014), where he studied with a full scholarship. He also holds a master’s degree on the field of “Civil Engineering and Sustainable Design” from the same Department (2016), as well as a master’s degree in the field “Seismic Design of Structures” from the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Patras (2018). During his studies he worked as a teaching assistant in the undergraduate courses of “Soil Engineering” and “Foundations Engineering”, as well as in the postgraduate course of “Strengthening & Seismic Retrofitting of Structures with Composites”. His interests include, among others, the analysis of structures as well as the application of systems for the simultaneous energy and seismic upgrade of existing structures.
She is a graduate of the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture Design of the private institute AKMI (1994). She started her career in 1996 and since then she has been an integral member. She has extensive experience in the field of building permits as well as in the field of building legality issues.