Iakovos Rigos Architekt HfbK – Düsseldorf and Dipl.Ing - Berlin is an Assistant Professor of Architectural Technology at the School of Architectural Engineering of the Technical University of Crete. He has designed and supervised the Apollo Epicurus Temple Rescue Project, at Vassai, Peloponnese. He is working on research and experimental projects referring to, lightweight structures, prefabrication, energy self-sufficient buildings, hand-made and industrial products as well as exploring the association of technology and form in vehicles and other means of transportation.
Nikolas Patsavos has studied architecture in Thessaloniki, the Architectural Association School (London) and the British School at Rome. Since 2003, he has been teaching architectural history, theory and design at the AA, Chania, Volos and Ioannina in Greece, and Nicosia in Cyprus. Nikolas has contributed to research projects with the Technical University of Crete and the National Technical University of Athens. He is the co-founder and managing partner of Ctrl_Space Lab.