Arts and Culture

Adelaide in the Global Generation

Posted on: Fri 9 Jun 2017

Global Generation consult one of Adelaide’s leading Architects in Dino Vrynios to comprehend  our city’s struggles and its place in the world.



Dino Vrynios, is an Architect and head of Strategic Development at Grieve Gillett Andersen.

Having graduated with a Master of Architecture in 2009 from the University of South Australia, Dino has worked on and delivered a range of projects including but not limited to JamFactory Seppeltsfield, Award winning Fringe Pop-up venue The Depot, Flinders University Student Hub Masterplan, as well as numerous single and multi-residential projects and is currently working on a $63m 3000-student school project in NSW.

In 2015, Dino was awarded the Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship in Architecture where he spent 12 months undertaking personal study and research around the world in the field of Advanced Construction and Manufacturing techniques which has since been applied to a range of projects in South Australia and NSW.

In addition to his work in Practice, Dino is a leading advocate for Architecture, Design and the Arts in South Australia serving as the inaugural Creative Director of the Festival of Architecture and Design, sitting on the SA Chapter Council of the Australian Institute of Architects and is currently a Board Member of the arts organisation Tutti.

Dino believes South Australia is well placed to exploit the rapidly evolving impact technology is having on society, but only if it is willing to embrace change.


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