George Tsironis is a partner in Dolihos Architects. He, along with Dimitris Krokidis is in charge of Restoration Projects that the firm undertakes. Mr Tsironis is a registered architect and architectural conservator. He studied Architectural Technology in the USA (1989), he holds a BArch in architectural engineering from the National Technical University in Athens, Greece (1994) and an MSc in “Protection of Monuments, Sites and Complexes” from the same University (1999). George Tsironis has been teaching at the Post graduate study program “Conservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites” at the National Technical University of Athens since 2004 and he has participated in many University restoration research projects. He is a member of ICOMOS Greece, the Technical Chamfer of Greece and the Hellenic Society for the Protection of the Environment and the Cultural Heritage.




“An architectural interference proposal for the preservation and protection of the traditional settlement of Amfiklia” – Research Program – National Technical University of Athens.
“Restoration and rehabilitation study of the Dohiariou Monastery Chapell” – Research Program – National Technical University of Athens.
“Technology park of Lavrio” – Research Program – National Technical University of Athens.
“The Temple of Varetada in Akarnania – Greece”
“The Temple of Amvrakia settlement in Akarnania – Greece”,
“Field houses of Nisyros – Spiladia”
“Medeval Monuments of Akarnania – The Valtos Area”
“Medeval Monuments of Akarnania Architecture – The great need for preservation through their proper rehabilitation”
“The conservation study of Agias Paraskevis Monastery”
“The so called Armansberg building in Nafplion”