Alkiviadis Pyliotis is an Architect-engineer and co-founder of the Architecture studio P4architecture. He studied architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (Master in Architecture II, 2020) and the National Technical University of Athens, where he graduated with honors (Diploma, 2017). He teaches Architectural Design as a teaching assistant at the Department of Architecture of the University of Patras. He has taught Architectural design as an adjunct professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston (Architecture studio 01, 02, 08) and has introduced and taught the course "Synthesis as a Process' ' at Harvard GSD (Summer Course, J-term). He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Architecture of NTUA with a research topic on the concept of type and its effect on the process of Architectural composition. In 2014 he co-founded the architecture studio P4architecture, which focuses on projects in Greece and abroad, based in Athens, Kalamata, and Rhodes. The office's work has won awards in several international Architectural competitions, received numerous distinctions, exhibited in a series of art and architectural exhibitions, and published in the global electronic and print press.