Grammatiki Dasopoulou is an Architect and Building Technology Engineer, currently working as a Façade Engineer for Eckersley O’Callaghan engineers in Paris. Her dual background in Architecture and Engineering enables her to apply her knowledge to a variety of façade engineering solutions for new and refurbishment projects in France and international. Her experience spans across medium and large-scale projects from the early design stage until construction, while she is experienced in delivering execution calculations related to thermal breakage analysis of complex glass façade systems. In 2020 Grammatiki graduated with an honourable mention from the Building Technology track at TU Delft. Her thesis work explored an innovative locking mechanism for cast glass bricks which led to a patent of a novel structural connection system for vertical components. Grammatiki alongside her colleagues was awarded the second prize in the 2017 Greek National Competition, “Colour in Architecture”. The project explored various facade engineering principles by developing a system of movable louvers on an abandoned building.