Pantelis Kabouropoulos

Pantelis Kabouropoulos

Pantelis was born in 1983 and raised in Rhodes. From 2001 to 2007 he studied renovation and restoration of buildings at the Higher Technological Institute of Patras. Subsequently, he continued his architectural studies at the Technical University of Patras until 2011, when he received his MArch diploma. He has worked for several architectural and engineering offices in Greece. In 2014 he established OPA Open Platform for Architecture with a cutting-edge portfolio including the world-renowed design of Casa Brutale which was awarded by the prestigious Chicago Athenaeum. In 2016 he established his personal architectural practice, parallel to OPA, PANK. 

The American Architecture Award Yearbook

All the selected award-winning projects for the nation's highest public awards

The American Architecture Awards yearbook for 2016-2017 reflects the changing state of global architecture and reveal new design directions by today’s foremost practitioners.

Apply now
for the book