ENGINEERS & ARCHITECTS
active in the Thessaloniki Burned Area
The earliest construction work studies conducted by architect Dimitrios Ioannou Andronikos for projects in the Thessaloniki Burned Area date back to the 1920s. According to the stamp he was using in the early 1930s, he was a graduate of the National Metsovian Technical University of Athens. His earliest known work is the Plovdiv Marasleio School, c. 1900.
A 1940 entry in the periodical Technika Chronika (Technical Annals) [issue 193-194 (1-15/1/1940), p. I-LIX] titled “Table with the names of Technical Chamber members,” lists architect Ioannis Dimitriou Andronikos, who was presumably his son. The latter acquired his professional license in 1937 and had his office at the Singer Mansion No.7 in Thessaloniki (the building exists, located at 36 El. Venizelou and 1 Spandoni Str).