Kyriakos Miltiadou is an architect based in Nicosia, Cyprus. He graduated from the Architecture School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Dipl. Arch. AUTh) in 2015, where he ranked first in his year. His studies were funded by a scholarship from the Cypriot Scholarship Foundation (IKY). He continued his studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, by undertaking post-graduate research in the Advanced Architectural Research course (PGCAAR), graduating with distinction in 2017. His research interests lie between architecture, art practices and memory studies. At this in-between terrain he investigates the composition of a visual language that can explore new layers of meanings emerging from complex urban environments. Since 2014, he has participated and been awarded in several architectural competitions, exhibitions and workshops nationally and internationally. In 2022 he received the National Architecture Award in the category 'Project of Young Architect'.
He is currently a PhD Candidate at the School of Architecture, University of Cyprus where he also teaches the course ‘Architectural Communication Media’. His PhD studies are supported by grants from ‘Sylvia Ioannou Foundation’, 'IKY' and ‘Evagoras Scholarship’.