Dr Malathouni is a qualified architect and architectural historian with extensive experience in the heritage sector, specialising in 20th-century architectural heritage. She currently researches historical perspectives of 20th-century healthcare architecture and writes a book on 'Public Mental Health Facilities in Post-War Britain (1948-1973)' (Routledge). She holds a MSc and a PhD degree from The Bartlett, University College London, having previously studied at the School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, Greece. She is a member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC, UK), ICOMOS-UK, and ICOMOS-ISC20C. In the past, she has also been registered with the Architects Registration Bureau (ARB, UK) and the Technical Chamber of Greece (as Registered Architect), although she has now resigned. For her postgraduate studies and doctoral research she has received grants from The Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain, the UCL Graduate School, The Bartlett School of Architecture, the State Scholarships Foundation (Greece) and the A. S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation (Greece).
Prizes or Honours
- RIBA President's Awards for Research (PhD thesis) (nomination) (Royal Institute of British Architects, 2011)