BA(Hons) Dip. Arch ARB RIBA
Petros Tsoukalas is a qualified architect and an experienced front end designer with many years of experience working on a number of high profile prestigious projects in the UK and internationally. He received his Diploma in architecture in 2004 at Westminster University in London under David Greene (Archigram). In 2008 he completed his Part III exam and joined the Architects Registration Board.
Petros spent 13 years working in Pascall + Watson architects where as a senior architect he was involved across a wide range of building design types including educational, historic buildings, commercial, research and development facilities, and several transport projects (rail and aviation). Under Pascall + Watson Petros has won a number of design competitions as well as delivered a number of successful projects including the New Dyson School of Design Engineering for Imperial College London where he led the design right from the beginning all the way to completion delivering the project on site with the contractor. Under Michael Sparks Associates Petros designed and led the Phase 2 development for Silverstone Park delivering with the contractor 13 contemporary industrial units.
As a student during his placement year in Athens, he was involved in the design competition for the New Athens Contemporary Museum of Modern Art where the team (3SK architects) subsequently won the 1st prize.
Petros’s enthusiasm and passion for high quality design led him to create his own Design Studio, PTA Design Research Studio in Putney, South West London where has successfully carried out a number of winning design competitions and completed some private commercial and residential projects.