Ermis Adamantidis is registered architect with a professional experience in UK and Greece. In 2008 he co-founded Not a Number Architects, a design team that has merged architectural thinking with technological innovation in the production of several award winning projects. Initially he gained valuable experience working for world architect Lord Norman Foster where he was involved in the design process for a number of prestigious projects around the globe. At the office of Foster+Partners in London and Madrid Ermis was involved in the following key projects: Heathrow Airport East Terminal in London, La Garenne-Colombes office complex of 38000sqm in Paris, Gwanggyo Power Centre a competition for a mixed use high rise development at the outskirts of Seoul, AlHarram Grand Mosque expansion in Mecca and the Heart of Doha development for the regeneration of the centre of Qatar’s capital. Ermis’ architectural education includes the Bartlett School of Architecture in London (MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation), RWTH Aachen Technical University and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (graduation with honors) where he is currently adjunct lecturer in the department of Architecture and Technology. Academic research goes side by side with his professional practice with much of his work being published and exhibited at international conferences such as CAADRIA Singapore, MediaCity Weimar, Fabricate London and receiving awards and honors such as Europrix Multimedia Award, World Architecture Community Award, Architizer Award, Core77 Design Excellence Award.