Christopher Brellis

Visual Arts and Art History

BA(Hons) in Product Design, Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication; MA(RCA) Design Objects, Royal College of Art

Christopher Brellis has been a member of the Department of Visual Arts and Art History since 2019. He trained as a designer at the Royal College of Art in London, where he established the design practice Antidot Design Studio in 1998. The design output has been broad and multidisciplinary, ranging from objects and theatre sets, to communication design strategy and applications, as well as branding and digital products. Lately his work focuses on the cultural sector, serving cultural institutions, museums and public bodies. Clients include the New Acropolis Museum, the Industrial Gas Museum, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre, Athens 2004 Olympic Games and a multitude of local and multinational companies and corporations. He has participated and co-organised a number of design seminars and workshops, as well as given talks and presentations on design subjects (Google Culture Shift, Athens Biennale, the British Council, Onassis Stegi and more).

His research interests are focused on the application of design research and the design process as complimenting methodologies for innovative, creative, responsible and efficient problem-solving of social and business challenges.