Dimitra is a New York based architect and urbanist. Her professional experience engages a variety of scales
ranging from regional research, master planning and urban land use studies to local bottom-up community
initiatives, resilient design of public space and streetscape activation projects. In her work she has encountered
unique challenges and opportunities in project sites located across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the
About my education
M.S., Architecture and Urban Design, Columbia University, 2011
M.Arch, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 2009
B.Arch, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 2006
About my expirience working
She has worked as an analyst in the New York City Economic Development Corporation and as a researcher at
the Urban Design Lab of The Earth Institute at Columbia University.
While studying architecture at the National Technical University of Athens, Dimitra spent a year in Technische
Universität Berlin, with a concentration in urban design. She is currently operating as a project planner at Beyer
Blinder Belle, NYC.