Ermis Adamantidis is principal and cofounder of Not a Number Architects, a design team that has merged architectural thinking with technological innovation in the production of several award winning projects that vary in size, program as well as their cultural and environmental settings. Prizes for his work include the Greek Architecture Awards as well as international awards such as the Architecture Master Prize, DNA Paris Design Award and the World Architecture Community Award.
Ermis holds a Masters degree in Architecture from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and a postgraduate Masters of Science in Adaptive Architecture and Computation from The Bartlett school of Architecture in London. His academic research focused on custom digital fabrication and has been presented in several conferences (FABRICATE 2011, CAADRIA Singapore, MediaCity Weimar).
Initially he gained professional experience as an architect at Foster & Partners in London and Madrid where he had the chance to be involved in a wide range of projects around the globe (Heathrow East Terminal – London, La Garenne office complex – Paris, Al Harram Grand Mosque – Mecca).
Ermis is Adjunct Professor at the School of Architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki where he teaches on architectural design and technology.