Styliani-(Ani) Lefaki-(Zoidi) was born in Thessaloniki and received her Abitur from the German School of Thessaloniki. She studied at the School of Architecture of AUTh, and received her MSc from the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Program of AUTh in Protection, Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Monuments.
From 2010 to 2014 she was a member of COST Action TU 0905 European Research Network on Structural Glass. The topic of her dissertation was: Glass constructions and architectural monuments. "Transparency" in the service of the protection, restoration and enhancement of architectural heritage.
From 1981 to 2014 she was the owner of the architectural design office Lefaki- Zoidis together with George Zoidis . The office was engaged in architectural studies of public and private projects, many of which have been distinguished and published.
She has participated with distinctions in international and pan-Hellenic architectural competitions and has served as technical consultant to european organizations and municipal companies.
Until 2007, the date of her engagement as a lecturer at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, she owned the public projects certificate for freelance architects of class C (L.716 / 77 projects of high complexity and budget) in categories 6 (architectural projects) and 7 (special architectural projects) p. P.D.541 / 78.
She is an associate professor at the Department of Architectural History, Art History, Architectural Morphology and Restoration of the Department of Architecture of AUTh. Her subject is: Architectural Design. Restoration and Reuse of Historic Buildings and Ensembles. She teaches architectural design, restoration of historic buildings and ensembles, cultural heritage management and museology at undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Foreign languages: English, (level - Proficiency), French, (holder of Certificat d'Études Françaises), German, (German School, holder of ABITUR). Italian (Certificato della Lingua Italiana, Livello B2)
Link MODIP: https://qa.auth.gr/en/cv/slefaki