A ROOM WITH MANY VIEWS: “GAZI 1991-1994” by ANTIGONI KAVVATHA
LANDSCAPES

A ROOM WITH MANY VIEWS: “GAZI 1991-1994” by ANTIGONI KAVVATHA

During the Austerity Epoch, Athens has become a hotspot for art. Many artists incorporate “political upheaval and social frustration,” but such reaction against the economic crisis has transformed Athens into a fertile ground for creativity (Laura Secorun Palet). Differently, architecture needs time to adapt to new conditions and to satisfy societal demands esthetically, functionally and professionally. The Athens Project wants … Continue reading

POINT SUPREME: ATHENS AS A COLLAGE
Interviews / PROJECTS

POINT SUPREME: ATHENS AS A COLLAGE

After having studied in Athens, Konstantinos Ρantazis and Marianna Rentzou moved abroad for a Master Diploma  at the Berlage Institute and at the Bartlett School of Architecture) and to work in numerous international offices. As a critical period for the formation of an architect, the years after the graduation offers the background for the successive professional career. … Continue reading