Sofia Avramopoulou is an architect focusing on the relationship between the urban environment, social realm and infrastructure. She is a project manager in PERA Non-Profit Organization based in Athens implementing projects that promote the development of innovative social spaces and quality of life improvement within contemporary urban environments. In this role she works with City Governments, Foundations, community members and various stakeholders. She has experience in design and construction in the United States (2012-2013) and Greece (2017-) and worked as a designer and researcher in the interdisciplinary Studio Urban-Think Tank of ETH University, Zurich, (2013-2016) where she was involved in a variety of projects ranging from public infrastructure design, to prototype development and publications. Sofia received a professional degree in Architecture and Urban Design from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, followed by a post-professional Master degree from the University of California, Berkeley, as a Fulbright and Leventis Scholar.
Updated October 2019
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Making Community Stories
Detroit Fellow Sofia Avramopoulou's Action Project shared oral stories to help with community building and cohesion in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Humanity in Action Announces the 2019 Detroit Fellows
Humanity in Action is pleased to announce the participants in the 2019 Detroit Fellowship. Participants include 14 new members to the Humanity in Action network and six Senior Fellows.