Renos is an architect with extensive experience working on projects in both the United Kingdom and Cyprus.
He currently has a leading role on the design team of Twentytwo, a dynamic new tower in the City of London composed as a vertical community that on completion will be the tallest building in the Square Mile. The project is currently under construction, and proposes innovative solutions to improve the pedestrian experience, with shared amenities creating a workplace to attract talented individuals nestled below London’s highest free-to-access public observatory.
He has recently been involved with the design of 4 Cannon Street, a new office development on a highly-sensitive site facing St. Paul’s Cathedral in the heart of the financial district. Other projects with PLP include the design of The Azure, a new residential building with retail facilities in Ottawa, Canada, as well as design competitions and feasibility studies for an office development in Paris, a media headquarters in Canary Wharf, London and mixed-use office and residential schemes in London.
While working at KPF London, Renos was a key member of the design teams for The Pinnacle in the City of London, the award-winning refurbishment of TourFIRST in La Défense, Paris, student housing for the University of Cyprus in Nicosia, an office and a residential master plan in Delhi, and feasibility studies for office developments in Berlin and Hamburg. In London, Renos had a major role in the residential masterplan at Prince’s Gardens for Imperial College London and the master plan for the regeneration of Bermondsey Spa, a large-scale mixed-use development incorporating sustainable housing, retail and community facilities and landscaping.
Renos is registered with the Architects Registration Board in the UK and with Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber ETEK.