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Nasios grew up in Nicosia – Cyprus, where his architectural anima flourished between lines, thresholds and hybrid histories. He studied Architecture at the University of Bath and has completed his education in 2014, at the Bartlett and with distinction.
He has worked for leading design offices – Kengo Kuma Associates in Tokyo, Coop Himmelb(l)au in Vienna, and for Prof. Will Alsop in London who he worked for side by side as a designer and painter. 

His passion for digital tools, fabrication and craft, lead to a position at Based Upon, directing the R&D on projects for a year. His last stop before setting up his practice, was an architecture role at Heatherwick Studio where he worked on concept designs for the company’s highest profile clients.


Nasios has been actively involved in academia and is a passionate teacher. He has been a guest critic at the Bartlett, Central Saint Martins, Leicester De Montford, Architectural Association, and University of Greenwich where he also co-run Alsop’s Unit 1.
He was a Visiting Tutor for Media Studies and taught Summer School 2018 at the AA. Currently, he is an undergraduate Design Tutor at the University for the Creative Arts, Ravensbourne University London and teaches first year computing at the University of East London.
He believes that architecture, similar to fishing, should involve travel, long stories, preparation, anticipation and daydreaming.
Building on philosophies ranging from the Stoics to Bruce Lee, Nasios refuses to classify architecture to a style or dogma - instead he visualises a non-crystalised, freeform, water-like process to find freedom through what we do; where technique meets poetry, expression balances precision and vision surpasses history.
With these ever-growing ideals, he founded his studio, as an open collective to fish for ideas and to cook radical tectonics.