Xristina Argyros – Neiheser Argyros
Xristina Argyros – Neiheser Argyros]
Xristina Argyros received her Masters degree in 2013 from the Yale School of Architecture after earning her Bachelor of Arts and Architecture degree from Princeton University in 2009. Argyros has worked at a number of award winning firms in Europe and the United States, including WORKac in New York City, the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in New York City, and Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris. She has previously taught at Cardiff University and has been teaching a design studio at the Architectural Association since 2016. Argyros is originally from Athens, Greece and has lived in Athens, Paris, and New York prior to moving to London in 2014. She is a licensed architect in Greece.
NEIHEISER ARGYROS is an internationally acclaimed multidisciplinary architecture practice with offices in both London and Athens. Founded by Ryan Neiheiser and Xristina Argyros in 2015, NEIHEISER ARGYROS works globally and at many scales including buildings, masterplans, interiors, landscapes, exhibitions, and furniture. The studio’s interests are not defined by a particular project type, but by an intellectual curiosity, an artistic rigor, and a strong commitment to creating territories, environments, and objects with cultural resonance. The office sees design as a conversation, a loose exchange of forms and ideas, an open dialogue with our histories and surroundings. NEIHEISER ARGYROS has ongoing projects in Europe and the United States of America.