Andreas Angelidakis is an architect who investigates the idea of mountains, clouds and websites as much as buildings and trees and people's behaviours. He maintains an experimental practice in Athens, Greece, a studio involved in building, designing and speculating the contemporary ecosystem of screens and landscapes. He usually operates at the intersection of systems: Art and Architecture, Virtual and Real, Building and Nature, Ruin and Construction.
The medium Angelidakis uses is habitation, of buildings, clouds, spaces, furniture, videos, online communities or exhibition spaces (Athens Biennial, MUSAC, Fargfabriken), while writing, blogging and teaching.

Architect, Bachelor of Architecture Sci-ARC, ΗΠΑ (1992), Who's Who in American Universities, Award for Outstanding Merit, Top Undergraduate Thesis Award Sci-ARC. MSAAD Columbia University, New York (1995). Lucille Smyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize, Columbia University. Has lectured widely in Greece and abroad. Maintains an experimental practice, often based in Athens. His work has been the subject of or included in exhibitions at the Centre d’art contemporain – Grenoble, MU Foundation - Eindhoven, Fargfabriken - Stockholm, National Museum of contemporary art - Athens, Venice Biennale 2000, Biennale Sao Paolo 2002, Experimenta Design Biennal Lisbon, Netherlands Architecture Institute. Publications include L’Arca, Purple, Interview, Arkitekten, New York Times, Visionaire, Citizen K, Contemporary, Arftforum, Metropolis M, Textfield and more.
In 2008 Andreas Angelidakis was included in the series Design Documents by Damdi Architectural Publishing (Korea) with is first monograph entitled “Internet Suburbia”.

lecture: 25th of October (Tuesday) 7.15pm
place: Great Experimantal Hall, Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology
69 Hoża Street

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