Aria Lironi studied architecture during 1994-1997 in Canterbury School of Architecture in Kent, England, and during 1998-2000 she acquired her Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture in Westminster University, London, UK.
After the completion of her studies, she worked for WS Atkins in Athens where she was involved with projects like the National Greek Cadastre, the "Everest" building and Shell Petrol Station in Athens International Airport.
In 2001 she work at Michael Photiadis and Associate Architects in Athens, where she was involved in the design of private housing, mixed used developments and the design for the competition of "New Acropolis Museum" in collaboration with Bernard Tschumi Architects, New York. The design of the museum won the 1st prize.
In 2002 she moved to Dubai, UAE where she worked in the Canadian firm "Norr Group Consultants" for two years. She was in the Design Team of the firm and was involved in the design of high rise buildings, Shopping Malls and Mixed Use Developments. She was in Charge of the team that designed "The Avenues", a 250.000s.m. shopping Mall in Kuwait, the competition for the Oil Industry Headquarters in Tehran, Iran (2nd Prize) and "Al Sour" Tower in Kuwait.
In May 2004, she returned to Greece and established Cube Design and worked for about 6 years as freelance. In 2009, together with Nikos Gryllos, they established Cube Concept Architectural Design and Building Development, to form it is now. A multifunctional design and construction company.