Point Supreme Architects
Point Supreme were founded in Rotterdam in 2008 by Greece-born Marianna Rentzou and Konstantinos Pantazis after living and working in Athens, London, Brussels, Tokyo and Rotterdam (OMA, MVRDV). They have won 1st prize in various international competitions such as for a Social Housing in Trondheim, the Faliro Pier in Athens, a sheltered public space in Tel Aviv (built), a Firestation in Belgium (built), the new Architecture school in Marseille and an Artists Centre in Genk (both under construction).
They regularly publish self-initiated projects for Athens. Their work has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale, The Chigaco Biennale and the Lisbon Triennale among others and has been published in three books: ‘Athens Projects’, (Graham Foundation, 2015), ‘Radical Realities’ (Divisare, 2017) and a dedicated issue of a+u (2023). They teach internationally at architecture schools such as Columbia University in New York and EPFL in Lauzanne.