Androniki Strongioglou


With over 10 years of experience in design-focused architecture and landscape architecture practices, I have worked on projects of all sizes, from small roof terraces to masterplans in sites across the UK, US, Europe, Australia and China. I have also been part of teams that have worked on major competitions such as the National Holocaust Memorial in London and the Site Tour Eiffel.

Landscape architecture happened for me quite accidentally, while looking for my first job out of University, but I quickly realised it satisfied the two aspects I always look out for in every creative project – problem solving and storytelling. Landscape architecture allows the alchemy of these two practices in a much larger canvas than architecture, while aiming to create spaces that can be collectively experienced by people and that will benefit communities and the environment at large.

I am passionate about design and the stories about the ‘genius loci’ that can be expressed and codified through the landscape. All my projects have followed a process of sketching by hand to continuously developing the design in a 3D software, both for understanding the look and feel of the space, but also to communicate the design progression to the client and the wider team.

Additionally, I have a long-standing interest in natural materials, having received training on both timber and hempcrete structures, and I am always exploring ways on how these natural practices can be integrated into the design of landscape spaces.

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