Eva Ioannatou is a graduate of the school of Architectural Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). She has also completed her studies at the Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Program of NTUA “Protection of Monuments”. At her diploma thesis, she studied the ecclesiastical architecture which prevailed on the Ionian islands during the Venetian period and the challenges of restoration in territories with high seismicity. Since her graduation, she has been mainly involved in conducting architectural and restoration studies for listed buildings and monuments. Concurrently, she has participated as a researcher in documentation and restoration projects of NTUA. She also collaborates with architectural firms as a freelancer in various restoration-related projects. Her postgraduate research has been presented at scientific conferences on both national and international levels. As a member of Arch Ennea, she undertakes the design, construction and supervision of private housing projects and participates in architectural competitions.