UDS Architects: 25 Years of Architectural Presence



UDS Architects chose to celebrate their 25th anniversary with esteemed friends and collaborators at Lab, in a relaxed atmosphere and beautiful environment. The large turnout of guests and the positive comments sealed the success of the entire evening.

"A quarter of a century since our founding, UDS architects has become an integral part of Cypriot entrepreneurship. Therefore, with joy, we wanted to dedicate an evening to express our gratitude to our longstanding clients who have become friends and companions, and to honor the commendable efforts of our team of architects and collaborators," commented Andreas Eleftheriou, co-founder of UDS Architects.


"This particular moment is a milestone for us as we enter a new era for UDS Architects, with new goals, a revised mission, and an expanded strategy. In recent years, UDS Architects has been committed to best practices regarding new and evolving design innovations, participating in discussions and capturing the concerns and needs of colleagues, clients, collaborators, and citizens regarding the challenging issues in the contemporary urban environment. This feedback guides us to implement projects with bioclimatic features and a social design approach that are both economically and operationally sustainable," added Pavlos Antoniades, co-founder of UDS Architects.


This event served as a precursor to the 25-year celebrations, as it was followed by the unveiling of the new identity that symbolizes the upcoming years. The refreshed logo retains its minimalist characteristics and now signifies the new corporate structure of the firm, with the involvement of new and capable Architect Partners.


Antoniades + Eleftheriou UDS Architects is one of the largest architectural firms in Cyprus. The company was founded in 1996 by Pavlos Antoniades and Andreas Eleftheriou and is known today for its extensive portfolio consisting of residential, tourist, commercial, and mixed-use projects, landmarks at both local and international levels.