Thomas Doxiadis – Environmental Design Advisor

Mr. Doxiadis is an Architect and Landscape Architect and the principal of doxiadis+, a design office specializing in ecological design and the integration of architecture and landscape architecture. doxiadis+ is recognized both nationally and internationally as a pioneer in innovative, meaningful design that is respectful of the environment and the particular location. They have received awards such as the prestigious Architectural Review Emerging Architecture Award (2010), having both extensive international collaborations and overseas projects.

Mr. Doxiadis was Look of the City Section Manager for the 2004 Olympics, as well as the consultant to the government planning board for the Athens Green Spaces Master plan. He worked in the New York office of Costas Kondylis & Partners LLP, has assisted in the design of the rehabilitation of the Ermoupolis waterfront on the historic island of Syros, the Unification of the Archeological Sites of Athens plan for the Ancient Agora, the design for the new Chancellery of the Federal Republic of Germany as well as the design supervision for the new Athens Metro stations. doxiadis+ have completed more than 100 environmentally sensitive and often inventive projects for important clients such as the Greek State, S&B Industrial Minerals, Astir Palace Voulagmenis, and Amanresorts. Mr. Doxiadis is a former Lecturer at the Architecture Department of the University of Patras, and the Architecture Department of the University of Thessaly. Mr. Doxiadis received his B.A, Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture from Harvard University, where he received a number of awards including the Hoopes Prize and the Penny White Award. Mr Doxiadis has been an Investment Advisor to Zeus since its inception in 2007.

Apostolos Doxiadis – Hotel Industry Advisor

Mr. Doxiadis was the President of the Scientific Committee (European FORUM) for Tourism Education and Training (Ministry of Tourism Development) and a member of the National Tourism Advisory Board from 2005 to 2015. He is the Vice-President of the Board of Directors of Lampsa S.A, quoted in the Athens Stock Exchange, (Owner of the Hotel Grande-Bretagne and Hyatt Belgrade), a post he holds since 1973. He was the Vice President and the President of the Greek Tourism Organization from 1990-1993, the President of the Greek Chamber of Hotels from 1974-1991, and the Managing Director of Hotel Grande Bretagne from 1970-1993. He completed special courses in Hotel Management at Cornell University (1963), and graduated from Heidelberg University (Germany) in 1966, with a diploma in Economics. Speaks fluently English, German and French.