Ms. Angeliki Sivitanidou
Lecturer of Architecture
Telephone: +357 2684 3506
Angeliki Sivitanidou is an architect (ETEK, NAAB, RIBA) with a Bachelor and a Master of Architecture from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, U.S.A and a Master of Philosophy in Bioclimatic Architecture and Environmental Design from the University of Sheffield, UK. She also has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Pratt Institute of New York. USA. Ms. Angeliki Sivitanidou has taught as a Lecturer at Frederick University in Cyprus and has worked at international architectural companies in the U.S.A and U.K. as a chartered architect (RIBA). Since 2004 she has been a sustainability consultant and has been awarded several first prizes and distinctions at National and International architectural competitions. Presently Angeliki Sivitanidou is a PhD candidate at the University of Cardiff, UK conducting research on zero-energy residential design, sustainability-led and culture-led urban development.
- PhD in Architecture (in progress), Welsh School of Architecture, University of Cardiff, UK
- MPhil (Master of Philosophy) in “Sustainable and Bioclimatic Design of Mediterranean Vernacular and Traditional Architecture, ” School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK
- DipArch (Postgraduate Diploma) in Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
- BArch, Bachelor in Architecture, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
- BFA, Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
- 2009-2010 Special Teaching Staff, Frederick University, School of Architecture, Cyprus
- 2009-2010 Substitute teacher in public schools of Secondary Education, Limassol, Cyprus
- 2009 Senior Architect, Polytia-Armos and Associates, Group of Architects, Nicosia, Cyprus
- 2008 Senior Architect and Sustainability consultant, BDP (Building Design Partnership) Design Group Manchester, UK
- 2004 – 2008 Senior Architect and Sustainability consultant, DLA Design Group of Companies, Manchester, UK
- 2002 – 2004 Junior Architect, S.C. Hondros and Associates, Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS / RESEARCH
- Grizzo N., Sivitanidou A., Karaletsou K., Dova E., Pisinos S., (2011). (texts), in Grizzo N., Filippidis T.G., Christoforou K., Iacovides A. (eds.), “Open Air Factory” (Pafos 2017 Bid Book Supplement of A’ Phase). Pafos: The Municipality of Pafos.
- Sivitanidou A., Karaletsou K., Dova E., (2012). “Spatial narratives: meta-morphosis and re-presentation”, in Grizzo N., Partners Y&R (eds.), “Open Air Factory Programme” (Pafos 2017 Bid Book Supplement of B’ Phase). Pafos: The Municipality of Pafos, σελ. 20-23.
- Grizzo N., Sivitanidou A., Karaletsou K., Dova E., Pisinos S., G. Anthis, S. Shiepi, (2011). (texts), in Grizzo N., Filippidis T.G., Christoforou K., Iacovides A. (eds.), “Questions and Answers”, Pafos 2017 1st and 2nd Phases Candidacy Application). Pafos: The Municipality of Pafos.
- “The role of the three-dimensional model in Architectural Education.” In association with the Neapolis University Pafos, the University of Cyprus, the University of Nicosia, Frederick University and University of Patra under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Culture. “Architectural Courses in Secondary Education” Conference Proceedings, February 2012.
- “Vernacular Architecture and Sustainability: Lessons to be learnt.” In “Time, Place and Identity – Urbanism at BDP.” BDP Publications, December 2008.
- “History of Cypriot Architecture from a bioclimatic Perspective.” A.G. Leventis Foundation Publications, May 2007.
- “A Methodology of Analysis for Climatic and Geographical factors influencing Bioclimatic and Sustainable Architecture.” In “State of Art in Cyprus”. Research in Architectural Design Series, Volume 2. Improving the quality of existing urban building envelopes – State of the Art. April 2007. Delft University Press, Netherlands. Pp 174-183.
- Methods and Analysis of the Effects of Human Usage and Intervention in the Thermal Performance of Buildings.” Low Carbon Urban Built Environments. LCUBEC46 Sheffield, UK. February 2006.
- “Traditional courtyards and atriums as climatic modifiers. Case studies: Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Italy, Spain, Egypt, Iran and Iraq.” Low Carbon Urban Built Environments. LCUBEC23 Sheffield, UK. November 2005.