Leonidas Papalampropoulos (1979) studied architecture at the N.T.U.A. (2004) and the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL (2005) . He holds a PhD from N.T.U.A. School of Architecture

He teaches visual arts and architecture design in the postgraduate program Research in Architecture: Architectural Design - Space - Culture at the N.T.U.A. School of Architecture and the postgraduate program “Post Industrial Design” at the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly (2016-2017)

His work has been published and presented in regional and international architecture and art exhibitions. He has participated and won prizes and awards in international architectural competitions (1st prize, Room 18, DOMES, 2016/ Special Mention, Design of an Administration & Cultural Complex, Kaliningrad, Russia/ 2nd prize, Archeological Museum of Piraeus, 2015/ Honorable Mention, Museum of Agricultural Heritage, Eptagonia, Cyprus, 2012/ 1st prize, Hotel Leivatho, DOMES, Best Built Work 2009-2011/ Shortlisted, Hotel Leivatho World Architecture Festival 2010