Tician Papachristou, 90, of Sheffield, renowned architect
Tician Papachristou, 90, of Sheffield, died June 18, 2018. Born in Athens, Greece, Tician came to the U.S. in 1945. He studied architecture at Princeton University and practiced in Colorado and New York City where he was a partner of Marcel Breuer. Among his many works are award-winning houses, a new city in Egypt and his own houses in Springs, New York, Hydra, Greece, and here in Sheffield.
In support of peace and opposition to nuclear war, he was a founding member of Architects / Designers / Planners for Social Responsibility in the U.S. and co-chair of its international organization.
With Judy Papachristou, his wife of 67 years, Tician had two sons, Alexander and Nicholas, and seven beloved grandchildren.