Constantinos was born in Limassol in 1987, where he graduated from high school in 2005. In 2007, he went to study with a scholarship at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where in 2012 got the Diploma of Architect Engineer with an excellent performance and was awarded as the best graduate. He immediately started his collaboration with Vassiliades - Architects.
In 2018 got his PhD from the University of Cyprus , which dealt with the building integration of photovoltaic and solar thermal systems. He is an Assistant Professor of Architectural Technology and Energy at Neapolis University Pafos, a research associate of the University of Cyprus and the Cyprus University of Technology, whilst he is a Visiting Scholar at the Division of Architecture and Water of Luleå University of Technology (LTU), Sweden.
Constantinos deals extensively with the sustainability and energy efficiency of buildings on the architectural side, both professionally and within his research. He participated in relevant research projects, where he made publications, participated in conferences, and taught in training schools in Barcelona and Warsaw, whilst he was selected as one of the 26 Rising Researchers of the ACU British Council Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort.
Several of his studies have been published in architectural and research journals and he is one of the authors and contributors of the book "Building Integrated Solar Thermal Systems - Design and Applications Handbook".
He is a Qualified Building Energy Efficiency Expert for Buildings Used as Houses of the Cyprus’ Ministry of Commerce, Energy, Industry and Tourism, member of ETEΚ (Technical Chamber of Cyprus) and of the Cyprus Architects Association.
Languages: Greek, English