Andreas Theodoridis is a practicing architect-engineer and environmental technologist with a Ph.D. from the Center for Architecture Science and Ecology (CASE) a research center of RPI based in NYC, and a research collaborator at the Center for Architecture Ecosystems (CEA) at Yale University. He also holds an MS in Sustainable Environmental Systems from Pratt Institute. His research is inherently interdisciplinary, merging twenty-five years of experience in building construction and fabrication with applied research on building systems and environmental initiatives on an urban scale. Theodoridis is the founder of UNited Atmospheres, an experimental design practice, and consultancy based between New York and Athens.
Theodoridis has also taught and lectured at leading academic institutions, including Syracuse University and Columbia University’s Global Networking Programs in Greece. He has also lectured at Syracuse Center for Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems and served as a visiting researcher at Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design. Theodoridis is the recipient of awards and distinctions, such as an Honorable Mention at the Architect’s Newspaper Design Awards, and the One Prize annual design and science award. His work has been exhibited widely in several architectural exhibitions and fora, including the Venice Architecture Biennale, the Design Hub of Barcelona, the Oslo Architecture Triennale, the Istanbul Design Biennale, the NYCx Design week, the museum on the Seam in Israel, among other venues.