Eirini Karamolegkou

Project Architect

Eirini has worked at Hopkins since 2007, following studies at the London Metropolitan University and the University of Westminster. She has gained experience on a variety of complex, award winning projects across a range of sectors and has particular skills in construction detailing, specification expertise and office, hotel and residential interiors. 


Eirini started at the practice on the space planning and fit out of Nottingham Trent University including lecture theatres, conference halls, teaching spaces and administration offices. She was later part of the facade team for UCLH Macmillan Cancer Centre, working on a very tight urban site to achieve the largest biomedical campus in Europe. At Brent Civic Centre, she worked both on the facade and the interiors to deliver a BREEAM Outstanding and British Council for Offices award-winning building with new administration offices and major Civic facilities.


More recently, Eirini worked on a new residential student accommodation project for Bath Spa University, set on the historically important Newton Campus within a Capability Brown listed landscape. She then went on to work on an extra care residential project including 106 high quality units in Clapham, London. Eirini is currently a key member of the team delivering the interiors for a major world class 5* hotel in Central London and is helping to develop the material library within the London office.


Eirini is a regular critic at The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. Prior to her Architectural degree, Eirini studied photography in the University of Athens and is a keen photographer and traveller.