Entries that fulfill the terms and criteria of the Awards will be initially selected by the curators. Shortlisted entries will proceed to the second stage of evaluation.


Agnes Couvelas

Architect, NTUA (National Technical University of Athens).

With constant consideration of the Greek islands’ microclimate and culture, she has designed and completed numerous projects including the In Situ Museum at Naxos, the House of the Winds and the Museum of Prehistoric Thera at Santorini, a daycare center at Crete, a private residence at Andros, and a vacation house at Ithaca.

Her implemented studies in urban and landscape design include the Marathon Archaeological Park (realized on the occasion of the Athens Olympic Games), the Evriali Ecological Park, and the Agia Triada Public Square.

She lectures in Greece and abroad.

Manolis Iliakis

Manolis Iliakis

Architect-Spatial Designer. MA Architecture & Spatial Culture, Middlesex University. Aufbaustudium, Kunsthochschule Halle/Bauhaus Kolleg. BA Interior Architectural Design, Vakalo College, Art&Design.

Scolar of Goethe Institute, Danish Institute, J.F. Costopoulos Foundation. Recently he participated in the 7th Biennale of Young Greek Architects.

His implemented studies in architectural and spatial design, include projects for commercial and private spaces. He is writing articles about sustainable architecture.

He teaches Architectural Composition in Vakalo College of Art and Design and is an Accredited Lecturer of Derby Univesity. The organization of workshops for architects and dancers is part of his teaching activities.