AYK Architects have been awarded the "Architecture Practice of the Year 2021 - Mediterranean Best Eco-Friendly Luxury Resort Design" for their Yeroskipou Tourist Residential Resort project.
Our parametric design meta[β]ole project has been published on the online architecture magazine ARCHIDIARIES.
AYK Architects is always keen on investigating irrational forms, providing complexity through simplicity, constantly focused on human scale, deriving from the anthropometric measurements.
This is the BOOTH v0.1, our proposal for an urban furniture, a “silence booth” for the urban fabric. Could be a stand-alone product or organised in clusters, for isolation/privacy or relaxing, providing sun-shading and cooling.
Aesthetics, comfortability and luxury have been combined together to create this high-end urban booth. Designed with attention to detailing, using advanced fabrication technics and hyper luxury materials.
AYK Architects has been selected to create a contemporary proposal for the abandoned Cultural Center of Mandria in Paphos district, Cyprus. The building has been abandoned due to old, dangerous and poor-maintained structural condition, setting it risky for people to use it and leaving the community without space for events, performances and other cultural happenings.
The new design is looking not only to enhance the structure, but also to create a fresh, contemporary and outstanding proposal for the building, highlighting its role and establishing a landmark for the greater area.
The practice has revealed the brand-new website, bringing together - within the same platform - a large range of published and unpublished projects. The website has been designed to reflect the practice's principles, with a fresh modern and sustainable look, minimal graphics, simple interface based on tiling pattern and an easy navigation.
Targeting to the most advanced experience of the visitor, the website is designed around the user, his expectations and the communication of the information. The new website not only presents the profile of the company but provides also a comprehensive idea of the practice's capability and services.
The inauguration ceremony of the "meta[β]ole" urban furniture in Mackenzie beach, Larnaca, marked the completion of this fabrication which awarded with the 1st prize at the 1st Pancyprian competition of Digital Design and Fabrication.
The competition's brief aimed to the design and fabrication of an urban structure for the Mackenzie beach which would function as a resting and relaxing point for the citizens and the visitors.
Twenty proposals participated at the competition. Andreas Kyriakou and Fanos Katsaris won the first prize with "meta[β]ole" proposal.