In June, the architecture lecture series by Tassis Papaioannou, Professor of Architecture, concludes, discussing Greek and international architecture in contribution to the debate on the quality of architectural space.
We live at a time when the explosive growth in information dissemination has blurred the boundaries and created new realities. Dominant images and views impose new models in everyday life. Today, more than ever, a debate on architecture and urbanism is indispensable.
Tassis Papaioannou is professor in Section 1, Compositions, School of Architecture, NTUA; his joint architectural practice with architect Dimitris Isaias produces studies for private and public projects, and has earned a large number of architectural competition awards. His architectural designs have been extensively published in the Greek and international bibliography, and featured in major architectural exhibitions. He has published articles and commentaries in books, periodicals and newspapers, as well as books.
Simultaneous translation into the greek sign language will be provided
Tuesday 04/06 | 19.00 - 21.00 | From the Drawing Board to the Building Site
Tuesday 11/06 | 19.00 - 21.00 | The Contemporary Era of an Age-old Craft