Eva is a qualified Architect with a keen interest in computational design, digital manufacture and robotic fabrication. She has been awarded an MArch in Architectural Engineering in Greece and an MArch in Architecture and Urbanism at the Design Research Laboratory of the Architectural Association. She is interested in the integration of advanced fabrication technologies in Architecture and Construction, using data-driven design approaches.
After completing her studies, Eva gained professional experience both in architectural practice and industrial robotics. She has worked in large-scale infrastructure projects, using advanced computational tools to deliver complex facades, as well as in the field of robotic fabrication in Architecture, leading research projects and coordinating multi-disciplinary teams of architects, engineers and fabricators. In parallel, she has been actively involved in academia and she has published and presented her work internationally.
Eva joined Bryden Wood in 2018 as Head of Robotics, aiming to create robotic fabrication processes and workflows that will be implemented in the construction of large-scale architectural projects.