Chrystala Psathiti


Lecturer in Architectural Design/ Theory


Chrystala Psathiti is a researcher and practitioner exploring the relationship between architecture and human behaviour. She is currently Lecturer in Architectural Design & Theory at Neapolis University Paphos and the founder of Splace Architecture. Trained as an architect, holds a Diploma in Architecture from the University of Cyprus and an MSc in Spatial Design: Architecture & Cities from the Bartlett, UCL London and a PhD Candidate at the University of Cyprus, funded by the National Scholarship Foundation and Youth Board Cyprus. She was also a visiting researcher at the Bartlett School of Architecture and has been involved in European Research Projects such as EPUM, KAEBUP and Innovaroom. Chrystala’s work has been published in international journals, conferences, electronic magazines and exhibitions such as the 13th International Exhibition La Biennale De Venezia, 1st Architecture Biennale of Thessaloniki, Space Syntax Journal etc. As a practitioner architect, she worked on residential, commercial, industrial, and educational projects and has received an honourable mention at the Architectural Competition for the Cultural Village of Lempa and the School of Fine Arts in Florina, Greece.