Vassilis joined Bryden Wood in 2018 as a Senior Unity Developer. His role is to develop Unity-based applications and Unity plug-ins, and he aims to make Game Engines an integral part of the AEC industry.
Vassilis is an experienced and qualified Architect with MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Prior to his post-graduate studies, he participated in research programs by the National Technical University of Athens, Greece, and worked as a Computational Designer in Athens.
Vassilis has an extensive experience in the creation of digital tools and virtual environments having worked for the Applied Research and Development team at Foster + Partners as a Virtual Reality and Game Engines expert. He is a technical assistant at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, where he teaches programming and he has taught various workshops, for both UCL, UK, and ENSAPM, France, on the relationship between architecture and Game Engines. He has multiple publications on the impact of digital technologies on architectural practice and theory.