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George Bousios


George is an Architect and Urban Designer with an MA in Architectural History from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and a Diploma in Architectural Engineering from NTUA. He joined Prior + Partners as an Urban Designer in January 2020.

He is interested in the continuous dialogue between architecture and its surrounding urban environment and the challenges involved in designing new, sustainable spaces in the existing fabric of cities, concepts which he has explored through a combination of research and design, both academically and professionally.

Euston Masterplan, London

George is actively involved as an Urban Designer in team working on the Euston Masterplan, one of the largest regeneration projects in the country. The project seeks to create a sustainable mixed-use development that will transform Euston Station into the main London terminus for the HS2 high-speed rail service and reintroduce the surrounding area as a vital part of the city.

Sculpting Spaces, AlUla, Saudi Arabia

George actively participated in this invited, international competition for a landscape/architectural design proposal related to a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  As part of a multidisciplinary team of professionals, he conducted thorough site research, cartographic analysis and architectural/landscape design to deliver a conscientious proposal that is driven by a focus on sustainability, the challenges of designing in arid conditions and the dialogue between architectural heritage and pioneering design.

New Archaeological Museum, Sparta, greece

George participated in the Museological Concept Project for the New Archaeological Museum of Sparta overseen by the Greek Ministry of Culture, a project focused on creating the architectural regulations and masterplan for a future international architectural competition. Located on a site of strategic and archaeological significance, the new museum and its surrounding environment is seen as a vital part of Sparta’s future cultural and financial development. George was responsible for forming the site and building regulations for the new museum, as well as providing research and design insight throughout the project.

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