Androniki is an architect and research fellow at the RE-DWELL MSCA-ITN, currently doing her Ph.D. at ISCTE, Lisbon on urban commons and participatory urbanism. She holds a Masters in Architectural Engineering from the University of Patras, Greece (2016) and an MA in Architecture and Historic Urban Environments from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (2019).
Her independent work, as well as collaborations with international studios, has given her professional experience in diverse projects including architectural and interior design, landscape and urban scale projects and masterplans, as well as policy and guideline reports. She has also worked as a research assistant at the Municipality of Lisbon (2022) and the Hellenic Institute of Architecture (2016) and recently been involved in teaching.
Her research incentives relate to the concept of urban commons, community self-sustainable socio-spatial mechanisms and placemaking, exploring interdisciplinary methodologies that work across architecture, art (installation, model making, film) ethnography, social studies and urban theory. She is also actively participating in exhibitions, lectures, workshops and conferences as a co-organizer, researcher and volunteer.