About George Themistokleous
George lectures in architectural history and theory and is studio tutor for BA (Hons) Architecture. George has previously practised architecture in Cyprus. As an architect, he has worked on a wide range of projects, including the Voroklini Coastal Promenade, which has been nominated for the Mies van der Rohe European Award and has featured in the Phaidon World Atlas of Contemporary Architecture and in Detail in Contemporary Landscape Architecture.
George's current PhD research, ‘Embodying Perception: Countering the Limitations of Visual Representation’, supervised by Prof Teresa Stoppani and Dr Doreen Bernath, considers the limitations of current architectural representational methods in relation to a re-defined understanding of the body and space.
George’s work has been published in The Architectural Review, in lo Squaderno and in the Cyprus Dossier.