Monday, June 29, 2009
AMOR1- [At my own Risk] / A workshop for students of architecture and the arts
An alternative approach to the local
A workshop taking place during : 27-31/7 and 14-18/9 at Nea Makri, a coastal town in Attica.
Nikos Kazeros, architect
Dr. Maria Theodorou,architect
Jennifer Nelson, artist
Nicholas Anastasopoulos, email@example.com
Master of Architecture Yale, USA (1985/ A.S. Onasis scholar). Studied architecture at the NTUA of Athens . Co-founder and program director of TREE / ΔΕΝΤΡΟ, a non-profit organization. Between 1985 and 1994 he lived, worked and taught in New York. Since 1996 he has an office in Athens. Teaching experience of more than two decades at institutions in Greece and abroad, such as Parsons School of Design/ NY, University of Patras and NTUA. Conducts research on alternative living communities and environmental management, topics on which he has lectured and written extensively.
Dr. Maria Theodorou, : firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD History and Theory of Architecture (AA), postgraduate diploma (La Sapienza, Rome) architecture professional degree (AUTH, Greece), Fulbright visiting fellow (Princeton 2005). She is director and founding member of SARCHA (School of ARCHitecture for All) in Athens, and was in charge of SARCHA’s Unbuilt 2008 international architecture research events She lectures and publishes on architecture theory and her current research focuses on architecture and the political.
Nikos Kazeros, email@example.com
Remodelling of Monastiraki Square (1st Prize European architectural competition 1998). Co-editor: Without Limits- the Vast Lands of the Athenian Suburbs (2003) and Urban Void- Actions 1998-06 (2007). Member of “Astiko Keno” (Urban Void), an open group of architects and artists working on collective actions in the city (1998-). His articles on issues relating to the city, the urban landscape and public space have appeared in journals, collective publications and newspapers. Adjunct Lecture Professor, “Architectural Design”, “Urban transitions” (Reuse of space) and “Cultural Geography”, Department of Architecture, University of Patras 2002-. Graduated from the School of Architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessalonica (1988). Inter-Departmental Postgraduate Courses Program, NTUA (2000). His research activity centers on the transformations of the urban landscape.
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Monday, June 1, 2009
June 14 18:00- 22:00
Craig Gibsone+Beatriz Gutierrez
Experiential Discussion and play
Craig and Beatriz are members of Findhorn, the pioneer ecocommunity in the north of Scotland and facilitators on topics relating to permaculture and community living. They bring along with them the precious experience that stems from the everyday practice of techniques on social structures, spirituality as well as an accumulated wisdom from daily life at Findhorn, a community that has the lowest recorded ecological footprint for any community in the industrialised world, just half the UK national average. This translates into proven adopted ways of living that guarantee a high quality of life in harmony with the environment.