Chartered Architects based in Limassol, Cyprus

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PROFILE

Panos Panayiotou is an award winning architect with extensive experience across a range of sectors around the globe. As a leader of the large, UK-based, international design practice Scott Brownrigg for thirty years, he managed all overseas operations and specifically the hospitality and leisure teams. In 2008 he set up a Scott Brownrigg branch office in his birthplace of Cyprus, serving the island and surrounding region and quickly gaining an enviable reputation and order book.

In 2013, Panos and Cyprus based colleagues Alun Moreton and Paris Cotsapas amicably parted from Scott Brownrigg to pursue their own path and practice interests, taking responsibility for the extensive Cyprus-based on-going projects and forming Panos Panayiotou + Associates.

Panos Panayiotou + Associates is already recognised as one of the top architectural practices in Cyprus, and in the wider region.

The practice undertakes projects across all sectors, including business space, residential, hospitality, and regeneration. PPA specialises in large, complex projects, and particularly hospitality, mixed-use and tall building schemes.

PPA’s recent projects include schemes for leading international and local contractors and developers, such as Bouygues Batiment International, Iacovou Group, Joannou & Paraskevaides, Cybarco, Tofarco, JA Ideal Homes, SPD and A. Athanasiou. With our clients, we are very proud to have some of the largest projects in the region on our drawing boards, including the Larnaka Port & Marina Redevelopment, Lord Byron Towers (Nicosia), the International Property Awards-winning Pearl Development, Totaltowers (Limassol), and Santa Barbara Hills (Paphos).

The practice’s approach, experience and design studio ethos sets it apart from many practices in the region. The studio’s design methodology is entirely focussed on delivering bespoke solutions at the forefront of the market and contemporary thinking, through programmatic discipline, creative exploration and discovery, fully utilising the practice’s extensive commercial and technical know-how.