CURRICULUM VITAE

 

· Dr. NIKOLAOS-ION TERZOGLOU   Tenured Assistant Professor

School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens (N.T.U.A.) – Department III- Architectural Language, Communication and Design / Laboratory: Architectural Space and Communication

Dipl. Architect-Eng., M.Sc., Ph.D., N.T.U.A., Dipl. Fine Arts, A.S.F.A.

Born: 1976, Athens, Greece.

Research Field: Concepts and Theories for the Organization and Design of Architectural Space

Research Interests: Conceptual History of Architectural Ideas, Philosophy of Architecture, Concepts and Theories of Space, Relations Between Architecture and Art, Architecture as Art

Reviewer in International Scientific Journals: South African Journal of Art History (2013+), Jahr – European Journal of Bioethics (2020+)

CONTENTS

I.         STUDIES / QUALIFICATIONS

II.       AWARDS / SCHOLARSHIPS / PRIZES + REFERENCES

III.     TEACHING EXPERIENCE

i.         Undergraduate Courses

ii.        Post-graduate Courses

iii.      Public Lectures

IV.     RESEARCH

i.         Design Research Programs / Participation in Competitions

ii.        Architectural and Artistic Work / Research

iii.      Doctoral Research

iv.      Post-Doctoral Research

v.       Sabbatical

V.       PUBLICATIONS

i.         Books / Edited Books

ii.        Chapters in Collective Volumes / Articles in Scientific Journals

VI.     CONFERENCES / PAPERS

VII.   ACADEMIC / SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

i.         Member of Scientific Organizations + Committees

ii.        Exhibitions

iii.      Presidencies

iv.      Travels, Seminars, Conferences

  v.   Participation in Design + Theoretical Workshops and Studio Criticisms

vi.  Organization and Co-ordination of Conferences + Seminars

 

I.         STUDIES / QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Diploma of Architecture and Engineering  (2000) [5-year studies:1995-2000] – School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens- 1st (Distinguished) Graduate -Grade: 9.42 / 10.00 (excellent)

· Many Awards and Prizes during Undergraduate Studies. See the next section.

· Lecture Topic (9th Semester): The City as a Laboratory of Thinking. [Supervisor: Prof. Solon Xenopoulos]

· Diploma Thesis-Design Project: The Public Space in the Athens Centre as a Place of Life and Culture. [Supervisor: Prof. Solon Xenopoulos] – Published in the Greek Annual Architectural Review: Architecture in Greece, 36 / 2002, p. 54.

  1. Diploma of Fine Arts: Painting (2009) [5-year studies: 2004-2009] – Athens School of Fine Arts  -Grade: 9.67 / 10.00 (excellent)

· Diploma Thesis-Project: The City as Archive: Voids – Ruins – Traces. [Supervisor: Prof. Marios Spiliopoulos]

  1. Postgraduate Diploma (M. Sc.): Architecture: Design of Space. Course A: “Design – Space – Culture” (2001) [1-year study: 2000-2001] – School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens –Grade: 9.75 / 10.00 (excellent)

[Scholarship of Evgenidou Foundation] / [Two (2) Special Postgraduate Scholarships]

· Areas of Specialization: History and Theory of Architecture (5 Courses-Essays), Philosophy of Sciences (2 Courses-Essays), Philosophy of Art (1 Course-Essay).

· Diploma Thesis: Martin Heidegger’s Thinking and its Importance for Architecture. Hermeneutical Approaches. [Supervisor: Prof. Aristides Baltas].

  1. Doctoral Diploma (Ph. D.): Theory and Philosophy of Architecture (2005) [4-year research: 2001-2005) -  School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens – Department III- Architectural Language, Communication and Design (excellent, unanimously) [Supervisors: Professors: Anny Vrychea, Solon Xenopoulos, Panayotis Tournikiotis, Aristides Baltas]

[Research Scholarships of N.T.U.A.]

· Title of Ph.D. Thesis: Conceptual Structures of Architectural Thinking: Leon Battista Alberti – Etienne-Louis Boullée – Le Corbusier.

· 2nd ICAR-CORA Prize 2007 for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Architectural Theory.

 

II.       AWARDS / SCHOLARSHIPS / PRIZES + REFERENCES

· Eighteen (18) Awards, Scholarships and Prizes (1997-2014).

  1. State Scholarship Foundation Grant for Best Performance during the Academic Year 1997-1998.
  2. Award of Excellence from the State Scholarship Foundation for Distinction and Ethos during the Academic Year 1997-1998.
  3. Technical Chamber of Greece Award for his Performance during the Academic Year 1997-1998.
  4. Technical Chamber of Greece Award for his Performance during the Academic Year 1998-1999.
  5. Honorary Grant of Excellence from the State Scholarship Foundation for Distinction and Ethos during the Academic Year 1998-1999.
  6. Technical Chamber of Greece Award for his Performance during the Academic Year 1999-2000.
  7. Award of Excellence from the State Scholarship Foundation for Distinction and Ethos during the Academic Year 1999-2000.
  8. Styliani Samara and Anastasia Synouri Award 2000 for his overall Performance in his Architectural Studies.
  9. Charalambos Chrysovergis Award 2000 (known as Chrysovergeio, a very prestigious prize) for graduating with the highest marks from the School of Architecture.
  10. National Technical University of Athens Award for the same reason.
  11. Silver Medal with Prometheus (the symbol of the National Technical University of Athens) for his overall achievement during his Undergraduate Studies (a rare distinction) [2000].
  12. Scholarship of Evgenidou Foundation for Postgraduate Studies during the Academic Year 2000-2001.
  13. Special Postgraduate Scholar with a Scholarship for assistant teaching during the Academic Year 2000-2001.
  14. Special Postgraduate Scholar with a Scholarship for assistant teaching during the Academic Year 2001-2002 (renewal of Scholarship).
  15. Research Scholar with a Grant from the Special Research Account of the National Technical University of Athens, for Ph.D. research and assistant teaching during the Academic Year 2002-2003.
  16. Research Scholar with a Grant from the Special Research Account of the National Technical University of Athens, for Ph.D. research and assistant teaching during the Academic Year 2003-2004 (renewal of Scholarship).
  17. 2nd International ICAR-CORA PRIZE 2007 for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Architectural Theory.
  18. Silver Medal with Prometheus (the symbol of the National Technical University of Athens) for his promotion to the level of Assistant Professor [4.12.2014].

 

· REFERENCES (100)

· Seventy Two (72) References in Greek, Twenty Six (26) References in English, One (1) Reference in Spanish, One (1) Reference in Italian (only English + Spanish + Italian References):

1.        Pierre Pellegrino, Kyriaki Tsoukala, International Council for Architectural Research, Conseil International de la Recherche en Architecture: Prix ICAR-CORA 2007, in ELSA, Environment, Land, Society: Architectonics, Vol. I: Land Architecture, ICAR, Switzerland, 2008, pp. 64-66

 

2.        Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Jane Lomholt,  Nicholas Temple and Renée Tobe, «Measures of Awareness» in the collective volume: Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Jane Lomholt,  Nicholas Temple and Renée Tobe (eds.),  The Humanities in Architectural Design: A Contemporary and Historical Perspective, Routledge, London and New York, 2010, p. 120

 

3.        Kyriaki Tsoukala, «Ethics and Public Space in Contemporary Western Societies», in International Critical Thought, Vol. 1, No. 2, June 2011, p. 226

 

4.        John Hendrix, «A Time of Aspirations. Cultural Understanding of the Roles of Architecture», in the collective volume: Paul Emmons, John Hendrix and Jane Lomholt (eds.), The Cultural Role of Architecture: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives, Routledge, London and New York, 2012, pp. 152-154

 

5.        Raymond Quek, «The Expertise of Architecture and its History», in South African Journal of Art History, (Editor: Estelle Alma Maré), Volume 27, number 1, 2012, p. X

 

6.        John Hendrix, «Theorizing a Contradiction between Form and Function in Architecture», in South African Journal of Art History, Volume 27, number 1, 2012, pp. 10, 27-28

 

7.        Daniel Kopec, «The Humanities in Architectural Design: A Contemporary and Historical Perspective», in Journal of Architectural Education, Volume 65, Issue 2, 2012, p. 146

 

8.        John Shannon Hendrix, The Contradiction Between Form and Function in Architecture, Routledge, London and New York, 2013, pp. vii, 3, 16, 195, 209

 

9.   Aimilia Karapostoli, Nikolaos P. Tsinikas, «Relations between Sonic Environment and Architectural Space regarding Architectural and Musical Composition», Paper presented in the Symposium Music and Ecologies of Sound. Theoretical and Practical Projects for a Listening of the World, University Paris 8, May 2013, p. 10

 

10.  Michail Nafsika, More Veatriki, Drifting as a Means of Reading the City, From the Situationists’ Derive to the Case of Wrights & Sites, Politecnico di Torino, Prof. R. Novascone, Ac. Year 2012-2013, p. 11

 

11. Pavlina Vardoulaki, The Cyborg Architect, Tutors: Mollie Claypool, Doreen Bernath, Architectural Association School of Architecture, Design Research Laboratory, 2013, pp. 6-7, 12

 

12.  Paul Edward Jester, Shifting Gears: Exploring Parametric Design to Renovate an Urban Waterfront, MA Thesis, University of Maryland, College Park, 2014, pp. 9-10, available at: http://drum.lib.umd.edu/bitstream/1903/15505/1/Jester_umd_0117N_15328.pdf

 

13.  Mariana Sverlij, “La Ruina, el Diseńo y los Materiales en De Re Aedificatoria de Leon Battista Alberti”, in Anales del Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, Vol. XXXVI, 105, 2014, p. 48, n. 19

 

        14. Stylianos Giamarelos, “The Art of Building Reception: Aris Konstantinidis behind the Global Published Life of his Weekend House in Anavyssos (1962-2014)”, in Architectural Histories, 2(1): 22, 2014, pp. 14, 19

 

        15. John S. Hendrix, “Leon Battista Alberti and the Concept of Lineament”, Roger Williams University, School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation Faculty Publications, Paper 30, 2011, p. 8, available at: http://docs.rwu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1029&context=saahp_fp

      

        16. Carroll William Westfall, Architecture, Liberty and Civic Order, Architectural Theories from Vitruvius to Jefferson and Beyond, Ashgate, England, 2015, p. 35, n. 8

 

        17. Alberto Pérez-Gómez, Stephen Parcell and Ron Jelaco, “Preface”, in Alberto Pérez-Gómez and Stephen Parcell (eds.), Chora: Volume Seven, Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture,  McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston, London, Chicago, 2016, p. x

 

18.      Garba Bashar Ibrahim, “Sustainable Development Goals, Architecture and the Global Humanist Revolution”, available at: http://abusidiqu.com/sdgs-architecture-and-the-global-humanist-revolution-by-garba-bashar-ibrahim/

 

19.      Anna Chorzepa, “Oecumene and the Global Condition of Architecture”, in: The LSA Review, Leicester School of Architecture Journal 2015: Oecumene and the Global Condition of Architecture, p. 10, available at: https://issuu.com/roch/docs/the_lsa_review_online

 

20.       Manolis G. Sergis, “The Shifts in the Significance of Symbolic Monuments: The Case of the Lion of Samos”, in Âalkan Studies 50 (2015): 211-213, 217

 

21.      Alexandridi Mirsini, Takopoulos Michalis, Discovering the Spirit of China. Travelling from West to East through the Work of Wang Shu, Research Thesis, Supervisor: T. Papaioannou, National Technical University of Athens, 2016, pp. 8, 32, 38

 

22.      Eduard Fuhr, “Editorial”, in Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory: Eduard Fuhr (ed)., Ethics in Architecture. Festschrift for Karsten Harries, Vol. 22, Issue 36, 2017: 6. Available at: http://cloud-cuckoo.net/en/issues/issue-36/

 

23.      Georgia Apostolopoulou, “Hellenic Society for Aesthetics”, in International Association for Aesthetics, Volume 47, June 2016, p. 11

 

24.      Nika Zufic Gradisek, “Le Idee di Boullée sulla Creazione Architettonica”, available at: http://nikazufic.wixsite.com/nikazuficgradisek/single-post/2016/06/10/Le-idee-di-Boull%C3%A9e-sulla-creazione-architettonica [1.4.2017]

 

25.      James Housefield, Playing with Earth and Sky, Astronomy, Geography, and the Art of Marcel Duchamp, Dartmouth College Press, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2016, p. xix

 

26.      Srinivas Daketi, “Cultural Approach to Architecture”, in Engineering Sciences International Research Journal, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2015, pp. 90-91

 

27.      Jeffrey K. H. Chan, “The Urban Ethics of an AI-powered Planetary Urbanisation”, in JAHR-European Journal of Bioethics, Vol. 11/1, No. 21, 2020, pp. 212, 230, available at: https://www.jahr-bioethics-journal.com/index.php/JAHR/article/view/531 [22.6.2020]

 

28.      Ashley Chen, “Atlas”, pp. 34-36, available at: https://asd.sutd.edu.sg/files/asd-20102-acs2-ashley-chen-pdf.pdf [14.7.2020]

 

 

III.     TEACHING EXPERIENCE

i.         Undergraduate Courses [12-year experience].

  1. 2000-2002: Assistant Teaching: Department of Architectural Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. (Special Postgraduate Scholar). [2 years].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): Housing (Arch. Des. 3), Social Housing (Arch. Des. 4).

  1. 2002-2004: Assistant Teaching: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. (Research Scholar). [2 years].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): Housing (Arch. Des. 3), The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space (Arch. Des. 6), The Architecture of the Void (Special Topics 7), The Architecture of Time (Special Topics 9).

  1. 2007-2008: Adjunct Lecturer: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [1 year].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): Housing (Arch. Des. 3), Social Housing (Arch. Des. 4), Incorporation of a New Function into an Existing Building Shell (Arch. Des. 6), The Architecture of the Void (Special Topics 7), The Architecture of Time (Special Topics 9).

  1. 2007-2010: Adjunct Lecturer: School of Architecture, University of Patras. [3 years].

· New Courses (Architectural Theory): Architecture and the World of Ideas I: Renaissance – Scientific Revolution – Enlightenment (Special Topics 7), Architecture and the World of Ideas II: Industrial Revolution – Modernism – Postmodernism (Special Topics 8) [Conception, inauguration and development of two new courses within the existing curriculum].

· Editing of two textbooks in Greek and English: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Architecture and the World of Ideas I, Patras, 2008 and: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Architecture and the World of Ideas II, Patras, 2008

  1. 2009-2011: Elected Lecturer: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [1 year and 1 semester].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): Incorporation of a New Function into an Existing Building Shell (Arch. Des. 6), The Architecture of the Void (Special Topics 7), The Architecture of Time (Special Topics 9).

  1. 2010-2011: Adjunct Lecturer: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [1 semester].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space (Arch. Des. 6), Dialogues Between Philosophy and Architecture (Special Topics 8) [Conception, inauguration and development of a new course within the existing curriculum].

  1. 2011-2014: Lecturer [Appointment: 12.12.2011]: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [3 years].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): ‘Dwelling’ and Housing (Arch. Des. 3), The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space (Arch. Des. 6), Conceptual Approach of Design Problems I (Special Topics 7), Conceptual Approach of Design Problems II (Special Topics 9), Dialogues Between Philosophy and Architecture: Concepts and Theories from the Renaissance to Deconstruction (Special Topics 8).

· Editing of two textbooks, in Greek and English: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Dialogues Between Philosophy and Architecture, Athens, 2012.

       8.     2014-2018: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor [Appointment: 26.11.2014]: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [4 years].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): ‘Dwelling’ and Housing (Arch. Des. 3), The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space (Arch. Des. 6), Conceptual Approach of Design Problems I (Special Topics 7), Conceptual Approach of Design Problems II (Special Topics 9), Dialogues Between Philosophy and Architecture: Concepts and Theories from the Renaissance to Deconstruction (Special Topics 8), Public Space and Communication of Ideas (Special Topics 9)

· Editing of two textbooks, in Greek and English: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Concepts, Theories and Creators from the Renaissance to Deconstruction, Athens, 2016.

9.    2018- : Tenured Assistant Professor [Appointment: 17.8.2018]: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [1 year].

· Courses (Synthesis and Theory): Collective Habitation (Arch. Des. 4), The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space (Arch. Des. 5), Conceptual Approach of Design Problems I (Special Topics 7), Dialogues Between Philosophy and Architecture: Concepts and Theories from the Renaissance to Deconstruction (Special Topics 8)

 

ii.        Post-graduate Courses [7-year experience].

1.     2009-2010: Adjunct Lecturer: Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Studies Programme (M.Sc.): “Administration of Monuments: Archaeology, City and Architecture”, Department of History and Archaeology, University of Athens, School of Architecture, University of Patras, Department of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean [1 semester].

· New Course (Architectural Theory and Urban Design Theory): City-Architecture-Archaeology: Concepts-Principles-Interrelations [Conception, inauguration and development of a new course within the existing curriculum, with Professor Yannis Aesopos].

2.     2010-2014: Adjunct Lecturer: 2-year Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (MA): “Fine Arts”, Athens School of Fine Arts [3 years].

· New Courses (Architectural Theory and Art Theory): Conceptual Investigations of Space (1st year-1st Semester), Questions in the Philosophy of Space: From Descartes to Deleuze (1st year-2nd Semester), Conceptual Structures of Architectural Thinking (2nd year-1st Semester), Architecture as Art (2nd year-2nd Semester [Conception, inauguration and development of four new courses within the existing curriculum].

· Conception, organization and realization of a new experimental research workshop (a combination of theory and design, along with walks and peregrinations in the city-center of Athens): The City as Archive: Monuments – Ruins – Traces. [2012-2014: 2nd Year-1st Semester].

3.        2015-2018: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor: Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Architecture-Design of Space”, Option A: “Research in Architecture: Design – Space – Civilization”, Specialization: “Advanced Issues of Architectural Design”, National Technical University of Athens  [3 years].

· Conception, organization and realization of a new experimental course titled “Conceptual Design of the City: Voids – Landscapes – Archives” (along with Professors K. Moraitis and St. Stavrides)

4.        2016-2017: Adjunct Assistant Professor: Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Architecture and Urban Design”, University of Patras.

· New Course (with Professor Yannis Aesopos): Theory of Architecture and Urban Design (4 lectures).

5.        2017-2018: Adjunct Assistant Professor: Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Architecture and Urban Design”, University of Patras.

· New Course (with Professors Yannis Aesopos + Georgios Panetsos): Theory of Architecture and Urban Design (4 lectures).

6.        2017-2018: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor: Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Architecture-Design of Space”, Option A: “Research in Architecture: Design – Space – Civilization”, Specialization: “Architectural Knowledge”, National Technical University of Athens [1 Semester].

· Conception, organization and realization of a new experimental course titled “On Place: Hermeneutical Prisms” (along with Professor Georgios Xiropaidis)

  7.    2018-2019: Tenured Assistant Professor [Appointment: 17.8.2018]: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. [1 year].

         · Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Architecture-Design of Space”, Option A: “Research in Architecture: Design – Space – Civilization”, Specialization: “Advanced Issues of Architectural Design”, National Technical University of Athens: Conception, organization and realization of a new experimental course (theory + walks in the city) titled “Conceptual Organization of the City: Voids – Ruins – Archives”.

· Conception, organization and realization of a new theoretical course titled “On Place: Hermeneutical Prisms” (along with Professor Georgios Xiropaidis)

8.        2019-2020: Adjunct Assistant Professor: Master Programme of Postgraduate Studies (M.Sc.): “Mediterranean Futures”, University of Patras.

· Three invited lectures / seminars on the relation between Architecture, Phenomenology and Place:

1.        9.1.2020: ‘Space’ and ‘Place’ in Philosophical and Architectural Thought: An Introduction

2.        16.1.2020: Types and Concepts of ‘Regionalism’ in Architectural Thought and Praxis: Reflections, Receptions and Metamorphoses of Phenomenology in Twentieth-Century Architecture

3.        23.1.2020: A. Phenomenological Aspects and Tendencies in Twentieth-Century Greek Architecture: Greek Regionalisms B. De-construction / De-territorialization: Challenges to Phenomenology

 

 

iii.      Public Lectures

· One hundred and seventy one (171) public (or invited) lectures (in Greek or English), in undergraduate and postgraduate courses, scientific organizations and associations, seminars, workshops, summer schools. [2001-2019]

Indicative Selection of seventy two (72) lectures:

1.      Martin Heidegger and the Meaning of Place, invited lecture, course of 5th Semester “The Landscape of the Archaeological Site”, N.T.U.A., 3 Dec. 2001.

2.      The Idea of Type in Architectural Creation, lecture, 3rd Semester, N.T.U.A., 8 Dec. 2003.

3.      Idea Time Space:The City of Athens, invited lecture, Harvard University Summer School, Olympia, 8 Jul. 2004.

4.      Walter Benjamin: Art, Space, City, invited lecture, Postgraduate course “Aesthetic Theories”, N.T.U.A., 28 Jun. 2007.

5.      The Void Space: Readings of a Concept, lecture, 7th Semester, N.T.U.A., 9 Jan. 2008.

6.      Social Housing and Modernism: Principles, Concepts, Values, lecture, 4th Semester, N.T.U.A., 27 Mar. 2008.

7.      Concepts as Tools: Type and Trace, lecture, 4th Semester, N.T.U.A., 31 Mar. 2008.

8.      Architectural Research: Subject, Method, Society, seminar to Ph.D. Candidates, N.T.U.A., 2 Apr. 2008.

9.      The Reading of Place: the Architect as a Contemporary Archeologist, lecture, 4th Semester, N.T.U.A., 3 Apr. 2008.

10.   Walter Benjamin: Art and Culture, invited seminar, Postgraduate course “Aesthetic Theories”, N.T.U.A., 17 Apr. 2007.

11.   Concepts of Space in the Passage of Time, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A., 8 May 2008.

12.   Monuments, Ruins, Traces, invited lecture, Athens School of Fine Arts, 12 Feb. 2009.

13.   Ideas of Space in the Twentieth Century, invited lecture, “Kosmas Psychopedis Seminar on the Epistemology of the Social Sciences”, University of Athens, 14 May 2009.

14.   Simmel – Kracauer – Benjamin: City, Space and Modernism, invited seminar, Postgraduate course “Aesthetic Theories”, N.T.U.A., 21 May 2009.

15.   Interpretations of the City as a Public Space, invited seminar, School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 21 Jan. 2010.

16.   Structure and Deconstruction, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A., 19. Apr. 2010.

17.   The Concept of Time as a Design Tool, lecture, 9th Semester, N.T.U.A., 5 Oct. 2010.

18.   The Concept of the Void as a Design Tool, lecture, 7th Semester, N.T.U.A., 12 Oct. 2010.

19.   Towards an Un-Volumetric Architecture, lecture, 7th Semester, N.T.U.A., 19 Oct. 2010.

20.   Art-Memory-Utopia, invited talk for the presentation of Prof. M. Spiliopoulos’ book “Human Trace”, 25 Oct. 2010.

21.   Traces of Conceptual Art in Greece, invited lecture for the presentation of Prof. M. Spiliopoulos’ book “Human Trace”, 19 Dec. 2010.

22.   Versions and Ideal Types of the Void, lecture, 7th Semester, N.T.U.A., 11 Jan. 2011.

23.   The City as Text I: Dwelling – Trace – Place, invited lecture, Athens School of Fine Arts, 19 Jan. 2011.

24.   Ideological Principles and Logical Prerequisites for the Constitution of Museum Space, invited lecture, Postgraduate course on the “Museum Organization”, N.T.U.A., 8 Mar. 2011.

25.   Incorporation of a New Function into an Existing Building Shell, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A., 14 Mar. 2011.

26.   The City as Text II: Agora – Void – Situation, invited lecture, Athens School of Fine Arts, 12 Apr. 2011.

27.   Conceptual Art as an Utopian Politics of Place, invited lecture, Center of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, 7 May 2011.

28.   The ‘Analysis’ of Place as Architectural Synthesis, lecture, 3rd Semester, N.T.U.A., 21 Nov. 2011.

29.   The Concept of ‘Dwelling’: Benjamin and Heidegger, lecture, 3rd Semester, N.T.U.A., 28 Nov. 2011.

30.   Memory – Museum – Archive, invited lecture, Athens School of Fine Arts, 1 Feb. 2012.

31.   Four Ideal Hermeneutical Types of Time in Architectural Space, lecture, 9th Semester, N.T.U.A., 14 Feb. 2012.

32.   Conceptual Structures of Leon Battista Alberti’s Thinking, invited lecture, “Kosmas Psychopedis Seminar on the Epistemology of the Social Sciences”, University of Athens, 8 Mar. 2012.

33.   Principles for the Intervention in Derelict City Spaces, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A., 26 Mar. 2012.

34. Prerequisites for the Emergence of the Idea of the Museum in Modernity, invited lecture, Postgraduate Course on the “Western Paradigm of the Museum”, 3 Apr. 2012

35. Trace, Ruin, Monument, Event, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A, 4 Apr. 2013

36. The Flight of Time and the Transformations of Space: Design Interventions in a Derelict Industrial Shell in Metaxourgeio, Postgradute Programme, University of Stuttgart, BIOS, 9 Oct. 2013

37. What is the Character of Leon Battista Alberti’s Thinking?, seminar, M.I.E.T. Philosophical + Literary Seminars, 13 Dec. 2013

38. Architecture as Building Discourse, lecture, External Evaluation of the School of Architecture, N.T.U.A., 26-27 Feb. 2014

39. The City as Archive, lecture, Architectural and Urban Design Workshop, PATRAS CITY LAB, 4 Oct. 2014 Watch the lecture (in Greek)

40. Public Space: Conceptual Approach, lecture, 9th Semester, 4 Nov. 2014

41. Etienne-Louis Boullée: The Architecture of the City as Poetry of Ideas, lecture, 16 Dec. 2014

42. Neoclassical Athens and the Archive of History, lecture, 13 Jan. 2015

43. Conceptual Approach of Design Problems, invited lecture, Athens Studio, University of Western Australia, Leicester School of Architecture, 6 Feb. 2015

44. Conceptual / Material Transformations of Space, lecture, 27 Apr. 2015

45. Memory – City – Archive: A Genealogy +A Hypothesis, invited lecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 28 Apr. 2015

46. Memory – Landscape – Archive, invited lecture, Theory + Design Workshop in Delphi, ASFA, 31 May 2015

47. Concepts of Public Space + Hospitality, invited lecture, Fine Arts + Architecture Workshop in Loutraki, 25 August 2015

48. Architecture as a Human Science, double lecture in English, 6 + 13 October 2015

49. The Concept of Architecture: Philosophical Approaches, lecture in English, 20 October 2015

50. Four Concepts of Type, lecture, N.T.U.A., 7 December 2015

51. Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Concept of the ‘Lebensform’, invited lecture, University of Ioannina, Postgraduate Seminar on the Philosophy of Science, 15 December 2015

52. Etienne-Louis Boullée: Architecture as Poetry, invited lecture, Hellenic Society for Aesthetics, Panayotis and Effie Michelis Foundation, 17 February 2016

53. Etienne-Louis Boullée (1728-1799): Epistemological Presuppositions of Architectural Utopia, invited lecture, Psychopedis Seminar, 7 April 2016

54. Towards a Utopian Politics of Place, invited lecture, Conference of the School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, on the theme: “Spatial Narratives of Memory”, Thessaloniki, 23 May 2016

55. Public Space: Conceptual Transformations, invited lecture, Postgraduate Programme on “Architecture + Urban Design”, Athens, 25 October 2016

56. Modernity + Postmodernity: Structure and Deconstruction, invited lecture, Asfa Photo Courses, Athens School of Fine Arts, Athens, 31 October 2016

57. Memory – Museum – Archive, invited lecture, Asfa Photo Courses, Athens School of Fine Arts, Athens, 14 November 2016

58. Space – Narrative – Architecture, lecture, M.I.E.T. seminar, 25 November 2016

59. Eighteen Conceptual Dualisms in Henri Bergson’s Theory of Knowledge and their Architectural Significance, presentation of Yannis Prelorentzos’ book Knowledge and Method in Bergson, Athens, 30 November 2016

60. Athens as an Archive, lecture, 7th Semester, 10 January 2017

61. Conceptual Tools for the Analysis of Urban Space, 6th Semester, 6 March 2017

62. Etienne-Louis Boullée: Conceptual Presuppositions of Architectural Utopia, invited lecture, Studiolo of the History of Architecture, NTUA, 16 March 2017

63. Memory-Museum-Archive: A Genealogy, lecture, M.I.E.T. seminar, 28 April 2017

64. The Idea of the Monument in the Age of the Enlightenment: Towards a Conceptual Genealogy of Cultural Heritage, invited lecture, Opening Seminar of the “Academy of Cultural Heritages” (Prof. Tarasti), Finnish Institute, Athens, 6 October 2017

65. Conceptual Tools for the Analysis of the Urban Fabric, lecture, 6th Semester, N.T.U.A., 1 March 2018

66. Architecture as a Human Science, double lecture, 7th Semester, N.T.U.A., 2 + 9 October 2018

67. The Ruin, the Museum and the Archive, lecture, Post-graduate Programme, N.T.U.A., 19 November 2018

68. Memory and the City in Hyper-modernity, invited lecture, Societe des Architectes Hellenes, TEE building, Athens, 23 January 2019

69. The Concept of Dwelling: Place, Memory, Narrative, double lecture, under-graduate programme, N.T.U.A., 14 + 18 March 2019

70. Charles-Edouard Jeanneret / Le Corbusier: Towards a New Theory of Genius, invited lecture, “Psychopedis Seminar”, 18 April 2019

71. Conceptual Tools for the Analysis of Place, lecture, Hermoupolis Workshop, Syros, 3 August 2019      

72. Dwelling – Narrative – Architecture: From the Poetics of Space to the Poetry of Place, invited lecture, University of Western Attica, Postgraduate Programme “Interior Design”, Prof. Dr. Zoi Georgiadou, Athens, 12 November 2019

 

 

IV.    RESEARCH / SABBATICAL

i.         Design Research Programs / Participation in Competitions / Expert Interview

1.     2002-2003: Principal Researcher-Author: Research Programme “Aesthetic Upgrade of the Historical Centre of Athens”, 2nd Phase, National Technical University of Athens, Ministry of the Environment, Land Planning and Public Works, Scientific Responsibility: Prof. G. Parmenidis. [1 year].

· Theoretical Investigations and Design Approaches and Proposals on the theme: Definition and Design of the “Limits” and “Gates” of the Historical Centre of Athens. First Chapter in the final publication of the Research Programme: pp. 1A/1-1A/18.

· Based on the theoretical criteria that were developed for the definition of the “limits” and “gates” of the Athens’ historical centre, six (6) greater areas were selected and re-designed.  Those urban design studies formulated strategic interventions concerning the built environment, the landscape and the public places of each area, conceived as spatial, interdependent totalities.

2.     2002-2003: Principal Researcher: Research Programme “Investigation of Possibilities for Urban Regeneration and Environmental Upgrade of the Central Area of the Municipality of Agrinio”, National Technical University of Athens, Scientific Responsibility: Prof. P. Kosmaki [6 months].

· Theoretical Investigations and Design Proposals for the creation of a network of open-air urban public spaces in the city of Agrinio. This network would function as a conceptual map for a cohesive understanding and perception of urban physiognomy and character.

· Urban Design of a central public square in Agrinio and its incorporation in the social, functional and cultural context of the city.

3.     2001-2002: Participation in the International Theoretical Competition on the theme “Writings in Architectural Education: New Ways of Conceiving and Thinking Architecture”, EAAE Prize 2001-2002. Title of proposed paper: Architecture as Culture.

4.     2007: Participation in the Pan-Hellenic Architectural Competition for the Regeneration of the Hero’s Square in Eleusis [3 months].

· Design Proposal of an extended network of open-air public spaces that create a functional, conceptual and historical continuity between the contemporary city and the important archaeological site of Eleusis. Formation of the Entrance to the Archeaological site as a Modern Stoa.

      5.       2020: Participation as an Expert in a Focus Group Interview of the European Commission Research Programme SOPs4RI (Standard Operating Procedures for Research Integrity-2019-2022), in the Field of «Humanities». SOPs4RI is part of SwafS (Science with and for Society-Horizon 2020).

· The 3-hour interview took place in the Telepresence Room 1 of the Central Library Building, N.T.U.A. (10.2.2020), as an open discussion with Prof. S. Tsinorema and Prof. P. Kontos, and researchers V. Katsarelis and E. Spyrakou (coordinator). The interview was audio recorded and the transcripts will be used to define SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures) for RPOs and RFOs.

ii.        Architectural and Artistic Work / Research

· Twenty (20) architectural projects (6 (six) built) as part of the collaboration with the Architectural Office “I. & F. Terzoglou: Architects” [2000-2015].

Indicative Selection of nine (9) projects:

1.     Formation of an Open-Air Space and an Entrance to a Public Building [Built: 2001].

2.     Conversion and Extension of a Country House in Attica [Built: 2000-2001].

3.     Restructuring of the Spaces of a Scheduled House in Rome [Project: 2000].

4.     Re-organisation of the Interior and Exterior Spaces of a Country House in Attica [Built: 2004-2006].

5.     Conversion of an Urban Apartment into a Studiolo for a Scholar [Built: 2004-2007].

6.     Formation of an Open-Air Dwelling Space in the Landscape of Penteli [Project: 2007-2008]

7.      Office, Research and Teaching Spaces of the Department III of the National Technical University of Athens, School of Architecture [2001-2002, Built: 2002-2004].

· Published in the Greek Annual Architectural Review: Design + Art in Greece, 39 / 2008, pp. 160-162.

9.     Four New Dwelling Spaces in Maroussi [Project: 2013, Conclusive Study: 2014]

10.  New Interior Arrangement of the Ceremony Hall “Lysandros Kautantzoglou” of Averoff Building [Project + Implementation: 2015]

 

· Two (2) artistic research projects as part of the undergraduate studies at the School of Architecture and at the School of Fine Arts [1995-2009].

1.       Design Approaches of the Archaeological Site of the Acropolis, Studies and Sketches, National Technical University of Athens, School of Architecture [1995-1998].

· Design sketches revealing the unity of architecture and sculpture on the Acropolis as material “bodies”. Large-scale plans revealing the archaeological space as a multi-layered palimpsest of ruins and fragments that are transformed throughout history.

· Published in the collective volume: Vana Xenou, Xara Kalaitzidou and Giota Tsinaki (eds.), The Landscape in the Archaeological Sites, Student’s Projects from the Acropolis Area, Athens, National Technical University of Athens, 1996, pp. 26, 28-30, 52, 72, 74, 93, 98, 105, 112, 123-126.

· A sketch from the Parthenon [Detail] was published in the leaflet: Activities at the School of Architecture / 2, Athens, 1996.   

2.       Urban Voids – Urban Memory – Urban Traces, Studies, Plans, Sections, Elevations, Models, Archives, Photographs, Athens School of Fine Arts [2006-2009].

· Creation of an extended archive of a “contemporary archaeology” of the Athens city centre, namely of a totality of traces, abandoned buildings, open-air public spaces, ruins and voids that are not used or were demolished recently. The aim of this laborious task (over two hundred (200) urban voids and traces were recorded and plotted) is the rescue and preservation of an unconscious memory of the city in its everyday reality.

· Design proposal of an extended network of ten (10) memory-places with ephemeral structures for the construction of situations. Psychogeography, landscape art, installation art and conceptual art are articulated in a micro-historical narration of Athens.

· A small part of this extended research was published in the collective volume: Graduating Class 08 / 09, Athens School of Fine Arts, Department of Fine Arts, Athens, 2011, p. 139.

 

iii.      Doctoral Research (Ph.D.)

· 2001-2005: Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens. Development of an extensive theoretical and philosophical research project on the theme: Conceptual Structures of Architectural Thinking: Leon Battista Alberti – Etienne-Louis Boullée – Le Corbusier, Athens, 2005, pp. 686. The Doctoral Research was supervised by Professors Anny Vrychea, Solon Xenopoulos, Panayotis Tournikiotis and Aristides Baltas. It lasted four (4) years and was supported by two (2) Special Research Scholarships of the National Technical University of Athens. A research travel was realized in England, in 2002, (London, Oxford, Cambridge), in order to study at various libraries and Research Centers.

· Content of the Thesis-Summary: The basic theoretical position of the Doctoral Thesis is that architectural creation is a dialectic unity of architectural thinking and praxis. In this regard, built architectural space can be understood as an outcome of architectural discourse and, at the same time, as a symbol of concepts and values. Conversely, architectural thinking can be considered as the building of ideas that prefigure and determine the cultural and social meaning of architectural materializations in physical space. In this context, the purpose of the Doctoral Thesis is the critical analysis of selected theories of architecture and the localization and correlation of basic conceptual structures of architectural thought and praxis that could contribute to the enrichment of contemporary architectural knowledge and creation. This critical investigation, both historical and philosophical, focuses on the comparative reading of three paradigmatic written discourses of Modern architecture, namely the text «De Re Aedificatoria» by Leon Battista Alberti, the text «Architecture, Essai sur l’art» by Etienne-Louis Boullée and the manifesto «Vers une Architecture» by Le Corbusier.

The aim of the Thesis is the tracing, the new signification and the genealogical connection of fundamental conceptual structures, as they are codified in the above texts, in close relation to the cultural frameworks of ideas and values that constitute the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and Modernism. At the same time, it examines the possible correspondences and correlations between the conceptual structures under consideration and artistic, epistemological and philosophical discourses of their times and other historical eras. The Thesis attempts to reveal the relation between a general cultural space of ideas and values and a specific field of architectural discourse, connecting each historical epoch with written texts and bridging social values with individuals, as conscious creators of conceptual structures. 

The full text of the Doctoral Thesis can be accessed here: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou-Ph.D. (In Greek)

iv.      Post-Doctoral Research on the Philosophy of Space

· 2007-2008: Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law, School of Applied Mathematical and Natural Sciences, National Technical University of Athens: Elaboration of an extensive Post-Doctoral Research Project on the Philosophy of Space, on the theme: Ideas of Space in the 20th Century, Athens, 2008, pp. 411. Supervisor: Prof. Aristides Baltas. [1 and a half year: February 2007 – September 2008].

· Content - Summary: The above research project attempted to investigate the conceptual transformations of the idea of space during the 20th century, through an interdisciplinary prism of study. This investigation revealed that the meaning, the understanding and the interpretation of the idea of space in the 20th century, as it was elaborated by distinct scientific disciplines, has followed multiple currents, ruptures, convergences and metamorphoses.

· This research was re-worked and published as a book in Greek. See the next section.

 

                        v. Sabbatical / Research on the Philosophy of Place

· 2019-2020: On a Sabbatical Leave from 1.9.2019 to 31.8.2020: Elaboration of an extensive Research Project on the theme: Concepts of Place from 1960 to Hypermodernity. Research Trip to Weimar, Germany (October 2019): Study of Archival Material, mainly dating from the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century. Research, reading and study in many Libraries, in Weimar and Greece.

· Content - Summary: The research project investigated the many layers of meaning inherent in the concept and experience of place, tracing their genealogical history from the Seventeenth century onwards, through a new and original interdisciplinary methodology based on the complex intersections between architecture and philosophy. Two specific case studies attempted to offer concrete examples of architectural materializations of places that translate abstract philosophical categories and conceptual registers into concrete experiences of locality.   

 

V.      PUBLICATIONS

i.         Books / Edited Books

  · Four (4) books (three (3) in Greek and one (1) in English): one (1) autonomous monograph which is based on the Post-Doctoral Research, one (1) edited volume and two (2) co-edited books.

1.       Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Ideas of Space in the Twentieth Century, Nissos Publications, Athens, 2009, pp. 423.

· Summary of Content: the book develops an interpretation of selected ideas of space in the 20th century, as they were formulated mainly in the fields of architecture, art, social sciences and philosophy. Those readings lead to ascertainments regarding their conceptual origins, which cover the period from the 17th to the 19th century. Along with the typological schematization of basic categories, concepts and ideas of space, a simultaneous analysis of their mutual interdependences and interactions is undertaken, with the aim of revealing their significance for the contemporary era. It is argued that this study could create the prerequisites for an interdisciplinary dialogue between architecture, art, social sciences and philosophy, which could enrich the conceptual dimensions for the interpretation and design of real, living spaces in the beginning of the 21st century.

· The book consists of the following eight (8) chapters:

1         The Problem of Space in Contemporary Thinking.

2         Regarding Method: History of Ideas and Concepts.

3         Conceptual Foundations of the 20th Century: Ideas of Space from Descartes to Nietzsche.

4         The Beginnings of the 20th Century: Modern Architecture and Art: Metamorphoses of Absolute Space.

5         Social Sciences, the City and Civilization: Interpretations of Public Space from Simmel to Castoriadis.

6         Phenomenology and Critical Regionalism: Readings of Lived Space from Heidegger to Ando.

7         The Later 20th Century: Post-Modernism, Deconstruction and Computer Science: Transformations of Relative Space.

8         Perspectives for the 21st Century: Natural Environment, Cultural Places, Symbolic Landscapes, Conceptual Spaces.

2.       Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Research in Architecture: Design – Space – Culture, Issue 2, A Biennial Journal of the Postgraduate Programme “Architecture-Design of Space”, N.T.U.A., Alexandreia Editions, Athens, 2012, pp. 399.

· The scientific editing and the general co-ordination of the publication lasted (1) year. The volume contains twenty (20) distinguished, re-worked and expanded Diploma Theses (written essays) from the Postgraduate Programme “Design-Space-Culture” of the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens (Director of the Course and co-ordinator of the editorial committee: Prof. G. Parmenidis).

· In the context of the editorial work, Terzoglou formulated new proposals and realized the following ideas: a new structure of the contents of the journal, a conceptual diagram depicting this structure, an introductory text that provides theoretical arguments that ground the diagram, a new design of the cover, novel graphic layouts of the articles.

3.       Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Kyriaki Tsoukala, Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Ethos and Space, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2012, pp. 283.

· Summary of Content: Today we find ourselves at a crossroads as regards the possible direction that the science and study of space might follow. The pressing economic, environmental and social crises and changes seem to suggest the need for a theoretical redefinition of our appraisal systems, planning priorities and established ideological and educational hierarchies. It is perhaps time to reconsider the moral dimension of space. This collective volume seeks to reflect on architecture not only as a confirmation and reinforcement of established moral rules, as a glorification of the status quo, but also as a field of emergence of the possibility of a critique of its unjust institutions. Can we reflect on a critical function of architecture? Its potential not simply to reflect dominant value systems but perhaps its capacity to create the ground of their criticism and contribute to the emergence of new moral systems? The intention in the texts that follow is to think about architecture as an active condenser and creator of ethos, a workshop bringing a new ethos to birth. In this spirit, the Intersections of ethos and space constitute a locus of meditation, reflection and critical thinking.

· The collective volume contains one (1) introduction and eight (8) extended essays written by eminent scholars and Professors. The editing lasted two (2) years. The Greek edition consists of the following texts:

1.      Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Kyriaki Tsoukala, Charikleia Pantelidou: Introduction.

2.      John Hendrix: Architecture and Intellectual Development.

3.      Konstantinos Moraitis: How Ethos is revealed in Space: ‘…Ordine Geometrico Demonstrato’.

4.      Claudio Conenna, Kyriaki Tsoukala: Ethics and Decoration in the Modern and the Contemporary Era.

5.      Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou: Towards a New Ethical ‘Paradigm’ in the Design of Space.

6.      Charikleia Pantelidou: Space and Ethos in the Concept of Access.

7.      Jonathan Hill: The Space of Weather.

8.      Karsten Harries: On the Ethical Significance of Space and Shaping Space.

9.      Kyriaki Tsoukala: Ethics and Public Space in Contemporary Western Societies.

 · Apart from the general editing, the writing of his contribution and the co-writing of the Introduction, Terzoglou translated the demanding, extended essays written by John Hendrix and Karsten Harries from English to Greek, adding a Greek, additional, bibliography as well.

 

4.              Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Kyriaki Tsoukala and Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Space and Ethos, Routledge, London and New York, 2015, pp. 173. (re-issued in paperback, 2017).

· Summary of Content: Pressing economic, environmental and social crises underline the need for a redefinition of the dominant views, perspectives and values in the field of architecture. The intellectual production of the last decades has witnessed an impressive number of new design techniques and conceptual displacements, reflecting the dynamic and fluid relation between man and his dwelling space. However, contemporary market forces are favouring the growth of a star system in architectural production based on technological innovation, spectacular imagery and formal acrobatics, and are neglecting the social, environmental and moral implications of spatial design. Perhaps the time has come to think anew about the possible critical intersections between space and ethos, not only as an answer to the negative consequences of modernity but also as a remedy to the negative aspects of globalization.  

 · The collective volume contains one (1) Prologue, one (1) Epilogue and twelve (12) extended essays written by eminent scholars and Professors. The editing lasted three (3) years. It is an expanded and re-worked version of (3). It has three Parts, each one with its own Introduction.

 

ii.        Chapters in Collective Volumes / Articles in Scientific Journals

 

· Sixty four (64) published chapters, introductions or essays/articles in collective volumes or scientific journals (in Greek and English): Forty One (41) in Greek and twenty three (23) in English.

 

1.          Athens: the City of Thinking, in The World of Buildings, a Four-Monthly Journal of Architecture and Building, Issue 25, 2001, pp. 114-122

2.          Walter Benjamin and the Meaning of the Work of Art, in Utopia, a Bimonthly Edition of Theory and Culture, Issue 48, Jan.-Febr. 2002, pp. 77-86

3.          The Public Space in the Athens Centre, in Architecture in Greece, Annual Review, Issue 36 / 2002, p. 54

4.           History – Memory – Monument, chapter in the collective volume: Stavros Stavrides (ed.), Memory and Experience of Space, Alexandreia Editions, Athens, 2006, pp. 261-291

5.          The Concept of ‘Lineamentum’ in Leon Battista Alberti’s Architectural Thinking, in the collective volume: Vasso Trova, Kostas Manolidis, Giorgos Papakonstantinou (eds.), Representation as a Vehicle of Architectural Thinking, School of Architecture, University of Thessaly, futura editions, Athens, 2006, pp. 181-187

6.          The Architecture of the City as Poetry of Values: Etienne-Louis Boullée and the Enlightenment, chapter in the collective volume: Konstantinos Voudouris, Evaggelia Maraggianou (eds.), Values and Justice in the Global Era, Ionia Publications, Athens, 2007, pp. 226-240

7.          Critique of Pure Reason: Immanuel Kant, in a2610, Journal of the School of Architecture, University of Patras, Issue 3, 2007-2008, p. 35

8.          Office, Research and Teaching Spaces in Athens Technical University, (with Ioannis Terzoglou and Frosso Terzoglou), in Design + Art in Greece, Annual Review, 39 / 2008, pp. 160-162

9.          The Concept of Dwelling: ‘Oikos’ and ‘Oikia’, in Architects, a Journal of the Association of Greek Architects, Issue 68, March/April 2008, pp. 65-66. Available (in Greek) at: http://www.sadas-pea.gr/arxitektones-68/

10.       The Space of the City in the Writings of Walter Benjamin, in Contemporary Topics, a Quarterly Edition of Scientific Questioning and Education, Issue 101, April-June 2008, pp. 87-96

11.       Educational Dimensions of Architecture: Cultural Ideals of Space in the Nineteenth Century, in the collective volume: Konstantinos Voudouris (ed.), Paideia: Education in the Global Era, Ionia Publications, Athens, 2008, pp. 309-326.

12.       Scale and Space: Readings of a Complex Relation, in the electronic, on-line Greek journal Greek Architects, 16.11.2008, pp. 1-5

13.-14.  Conceptual Structures of Architectural Thought. Leon Battista Alberti – Etienne-Louis Boullée – Le Corbusier, in the International Magazine ELSA, Environment, Land, Society: Architectonics, Vol. 1: II, Switzerland, 2008, pp. 73-78 (in both Greek and English).

15.   Philosophical Approaches of Architectural Thinking, in Utopia, a Bimonthly Edition of Theory and Culture, Issue 84, Mar.-Apr. 2009, pp. 165-178

16.   The Human Mind and Design Creativity: Leon Battista Alberti and ‘Lineamenta’, chapter 12 in the collective volume: Soumyen Bandyopadhyay, Jane Lomholt,  Nicholas Temple and Renée Tobe (eds.), The Humanities in Architectural Design: A Contemporary and Historical Perspective, Routledge, London and New York, 2010, pp. 136-146

17.   The Idea of the Archetypal House in the Contemporary Era: Architectural Space and Philosophical Discourse, in Architects, a Journal of the Association of Greek Architects, Issue 77, Nov./Dec. 2009, pp. 28-29. Available (In Greek) at: http://www.sadas-pea.gr/arxitektones-77/

18.   Modernity and Postmodernity: Structure and Deconstruction, extended chapter in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Maria N. Daniil, Charicleia Pantelidou (eds.), Postmodern Viewpoints, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2010, pp. 343-392

19.-20.    Art – Memory – Utopia, essay in the volume dedicated to the artistic work of Professor Marios Spiliopoulos, Human Trace, Metaichmio Publications, Athens, 2010, pp. 218-220, 238-241 (in both Greek and English).

21.   Architecture: Culture and Nature, in a2610, Journal of the School of Architecture, University of Patras, Issue 5, 2010, p. 45

22.  Contemplations of Space in the Thought of Panayotis Michelis, chapter in the volume celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics, Annals for Aesthetics, Vol. A, 2010-2012, Published by the Panayotis & Effie Michelis Foundation in collaboration with the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics, Athens, pp. 57-68

23.   Ideological Principles and Logical Prerequisites for the Constitution of Museum Space, in Contemporary Topics, a Quarterly Edition of Scientific Questioning and Education, Issue 115, Oct.-Dec. 2011, pp. 61-67

24. ICAR-CORA Prize 2011: Final Report: July 2012, (with Professor Pierre Pellegrino), in the International Magazine: ELSA, Environment, Land, Society: Architectonics, Vol. 3 III-IV (Logics of Space, Architectonics and Engineering of Knowledge), Lausanne, 2011, pp. 152-156

25.  Architectural Creation between ‘Culture’ And ‘Civilization’, in the collective volume: Paul Emmons, John Hendrix and Jane Lomholt (eds.), The Cultural Role of Architecture, Contemporary and Historical Perspectives, Routledge, London and New York, 2012, pp. 167-174

 

26. ‘Activated’ Public Spaces in the Contemporary City: Philosophical and Architectural Approaches, chapter in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Charikleia Pantelidou, Claudio Conenna, Maria N. Daniil (eds.), youth.www.public space. Irregular Meetings + Slanting Passages, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2012, pp. 77-91

 

27.  Introduction (with Kyriaki Tsoukala and Charikleia Pantelidou), in the volume: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Kyriaki Tsoukala, Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Ethos and Space, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2012, pp. 13-32

 

28.  Towards a New Ethical ‘Paradigm’ in the Design of Space, extended chapter in the collective volume: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Kyriaki Tsoukala, Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Ethos and Space, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2012, pp. 139-182

 

29.  Architectural Knowledge and Ideal Types for the Organization of Space, diagram and introduction in the collective volume: Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou (ed.), Research in Architecture: Design – Space – Culture, Issue 2, A Biennial Journal of the Postgraduate Programme “Architecture-Design of Space”, N.T.U.A., Alexandreia Editions, Athens, 2012, pp. 3-10

30.  Conceptual Structures of Leon Battista Alberti’s Thinking, essay published in the half-yearly Publication of Theory and Criticism Valuations, Issue 27, Sakis Karagiorgas Institution, Nissos Publications, Spring 2012, pp. 97-116

31.  Ideas of Space from Isaac Newton to Étienne-Louis Boullée, invited contribution in the South African Journal of Art History, Special Edition: The Expertise of Architecture and its History (Guest Editor: Raymond Quek, Editor: Estelle Alma Maré), Volume 27, number 1, 2012, pp. 29-44. Available (in English) at: http://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/21489

32. The Wasteland as an Existential Utopia, essay for the artistic work “Question of Faith” by Pantelis Handris, available at the blog: http://pantelischandris.blogspot.gr/2013/05/question-of-faith-2013_8.html May 2013, pp. 1-14

33. Conceptual Dimensions of Space in the Theoretical Production of Kyriaki Tsoukala, invited Prologue to the book: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Spatial Choreographies in a State of Flux and Educational Reflective Counterpoints, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2014, pp. 10-25, available (in Greek) at: http://www.epikentro.gr/index.php?isbn=9789604585366

34. Prologue: Rethinking Space and Ethos: Critical Intersections (with Kyriaki Tsoukala and Charikleia Pantelidou), in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou and Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Space and Ethos, Routledge, London and New York, 2015, pp. xvii-xxii

35. Epilogue: Contemporary Problems and New Directions (with Kyriaki Tsoukala and Charikleia Pantelidou), in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou and Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Space and Ethos, Routledge, London and New York, 2015, pp. 161-166

36. Introduction to Part 3: Human Condition and Space. Philosophical Orientations and Conceptual Transpositions, in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou and Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Space and Ethos, Routledge, London and New York, 2015, pp. 103-107

37. Towards a New Ethical ‘Paradigm’ in the Creation of Spaces (reduced and re-worked version of (28.), in the collective volume: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou and Charikleia Pantelidou (eds.), Intersections of Space and Ethos, Routledge, London and New York, 2015, pp. 150-160

38. The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space, in the collective volume: Kostas Karadimas, Elena Konstantinidou (eds.), Architectural Studies and Architectural Heritage, Archetypo Editions, Amfissa, 2015, pp. 331-338

39. Spatial Textures and Ways of Life: The Concepts of Lebensform and Lebenswelt, in the collective volume: Kostas Kalimtzis & Maria Veneti (eds.), The Concept of Form and the Way of Life, Editions Ionia, Athens, 2015, pp. 177-192

40. School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens: Physiognomy, Distinctions, Activities: 2010-2015 (with Professor Eleni Maistrou), in Polytechnic News, Journal of Science, Technology and Research, Issue 1, October 2015, pp. 18, (in Greek), available at: http://journals.lib.ntua.gr/index.php/polytexneiaka_nea/article/view/920/890

41. The Juridical Character of Alberti’s Mind, Chapter 13 in the collective volume: Alberto Pérez-Gómez and Stephen Parcell (eds.), Chora: Volume Seven, Intervals in the Philosophy of Architecture,  McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal & Kingston, London, Chicago, 2016, pp. 285-302

42. Three Types of Design Intentions, in: Anna Chorzepa (ed.), The LSA Review, Leicester School of Architecture Journal 2015: Oecumene and the Global Condition of Architecture, pp. 76-82, at: https://issuu.com/roch/docs/the_lsa_review_online

43. A Colloquy in Athens between Raymond Quek, Professor, Head of the Leicester School of Architecture, and Nikolaos-Ion Terzoglou, Assistant Professor, NTUA School of Architecture, on Ideas of Space and the Creative Use of Concepts in Architectural Design and Education, in Anna Chorzepa (ed.), The LSA Review, Leicester School of Architecture Journal 2015: Oecumene and the Global Condition of Architecture, pp. 83-92, óôï: https://issuu.com/roch/docs/the_lsa_review_online

44. The “Will to Life” as Architecture. Assumptions Regarding the Philosophical Background of Aris Konstantinidis’ Thinking, in the collective volume: Andreas Giakoumakatos (ed.), Greek Architecture in the 20th and the 21st Century: History-Theory-Criticism, Gutenberg Editions, Athens, 2016, pp. 586-595

45. Etienne-Louis Boullée : Cenotaph to Isaac Newton, in the collective volume : Georgios A. Panetsos (ed.), Starting-Points, Volume I, Domes Editions, Athens, 2016, pp. 18-23

46. The Epistemological Location of Karsten Harries’ “Research Programme”, in the journal Cloud-Cuckoo-Land: International Journal of Architectural Theory: Eduard Fuhr (ed)., Ethics in Architecture. Festschrift for Karsten Harries, Vol. 22, Issue 36, 2017: 39-54.

47. Eighteen Conceptual Dualisms in Henri Bergson’s Epistemology, article published in the Monthly Review the books’ journal, 7th Year, Issue No. 77, May 2017, pp. 87-90. Watch the presentation here (in Greek): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wzvJR-hfKDo

48. Philippe Hamon / Paul Ricoeur: Space, Narrative and Architecture, in the collective volume: Sasa Lada, Kyriaki Tsoukala (eds.), Spatial Narratives of Memory, Epikentro Editions, Thessaloniki, 2017, pp. 83-106

49. Prologue: Conceptual Dimensions of Space in Kyriaki Tsoukala’s Theoretical Production, in the book: Kyriaki Tsoukala, Fluid Space and Transformational Learning, Routledge, London and New York, 2017, pp. xi-xxi

50. Etienne-Louis Boullée: Epistemological Presuppositions of Architectural Utopia, essay published in the half-yearly Publication of Theory and Criticism Valuations, Issue 31, Sakis Karagiorgas Institution, Nissos Publications, Spring 2017, pp. 109-135

51. The Idea of the Monument in the Age of the Enlightenment: Towards a Conceptual Genealogy, in the collective volume: Manolis Korres et al. (eds.), Hero Builder. In memory of Charalambos Bouras, Volume II, Melissa Publications, Athens, 2018, pp. 563-571

52. Three Ideal Types of the Complex Dialectic Between Love and Place, in the collective volume: Panayotis Pangalos, Stavros Alifragkis (eds.), Love Architecture City, PrintUp Editions, Patras, 2017, pp. 108-118

53. Architecture as Meaningful Language: Space, Place and Narrativity, in the journal: Linguistics and Literature Studies Vol. 6 (3), May 2018, pp. 120-132. Available at: http://www.hrpub.org/journals/jour_archive.php?id=93&iid=1379

54-55. Type and Place in the Architecture of Yiannis Koukis, in the collective volume: Panayotis Tsakopoulos (ed.), Yiannis Koukis. Works & Projects, Potamos Editions, Athens, 2018, pp. 28-35  (in both Greek and English).

56. Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin’s ‘Functionalism’: A Reappraisal, in the journal: Montreal Architectural Review Vol. 5, 2018, pp. 21-38. Available at: http://mar.mcgill.ca/article/view/36

57. Semiotic Articulations Between Literature and Architecture, in the collective publication: Dario Martinelli, Audrone Daubariene, Simona Stano, Ulrika Varankaite (eds.), Cross-Inter-Multi-Trans-, Proceedings of the 13th World Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS/AIS), Kaunas 2017, 26-30 June, IASS Publications & International Semiotics Institute, Kaunas, 2018, pp. 235-243. Available at: http://iass-ais.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/CrossInterMultiTrans_Proceedings.pdf

58. Ideal Types of Relations Between Literary Narrative and Architectural Space: Three Epistemological Models, in the collective publication: Özgür Öztürk (ed.), VI. International Architectural Design Conference, Archdesign 2019, Conference Proceedings, Dakam Yayinlari, Instanbul, pp. 33-49

59. Mapping Three Ideal Types of the Concept of the Void: Towards a Spatial Ethos of Immaterial Urbanity, chapter 2 in the collective volume: Konstantinos Moraitis, Stamatina Th. Rassia (eds.), Urban Ethics under Conditions of Crisis. Politics, Architecture, Landscape Sustainability and Multidisciplinary Engineering, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore, 2019, pp. 31-60. Available at: https://www.worldscientific.com/doi/abs/10.1142/9789813141940_0002

60. Utopian Islands in Deserted Athens, in the collective volume: Co-operative Group of Diploma Projects for Athens (S.O.D.A.) (eds.), Athens: From Misprint to Counter-Example, Futura Books, Athens, 2019, pp. 335-344

61. Landscape as a Wholistic Interpretation of The Spirit of the Place (‘Genius Loci’): The Concepts of ‘Lebensform’, ‘Lebenswelt’ and ‘Stimmung’, in the collective volume: A. Vasilara (ed.), Landscape. Natural and Cultural Receptions, 9th Interdisciplinary Seminar of Sustainable Growth, Culture and Tradition, Syros, 2019, pp. 191-204

62. Ethical Dimensions of Architecture: Genealogies and Concepts, in the collective volume: M. Sinou, E. Tatla, N. Chiotinis (eds), Aesthetics and Ethics. Conference Proceedings, University of Western Attica, Athens, 2019, pp. 56-61

63. Open Letter Concerning On-line Education, in the Greek electronic journal of architecture Archetype [28.5.2020], available at: https://www.archetype.gr/blog/arthro/anichti-epistoli-gia-ti-diadiktiaki-ekpaideusi

64. The Dangers of On-line Education for Architectural Culture, article published in the Monthly Review the books’ journal, 10th Year, Issue No. 110, July-August 2020, pp. 24-28.

 

VI.    CONFERENCES / PAPERS

 

· Participation with papers-communications-presentations in thirty four (34) Panhellenic and International Conferences of Philosophy, Architecture and Psychology (2005-2019):

  1. Panhellenic Conference of Architecture on the theme “Representation as a Vehicle of Architectural Thinking”, University of Thessaly, School of Architecture, Volos, 21-23 Oct. 2005.

· Title of Paper: The Concept of Lineamentum in Leon Battista Alberti’s Architectural Thinking.

  1. Eighteenth International Conference of Philosophy on the theme “The Philosophy of Values and the Conceptions of Justice in the Global Era”, International Association of Greek Philosophy, Kavala, July 2006.

· Title of Paper: The Architecture of the City as Poetry of Values: Etienne-Louis Boullée and the Enlightenment.

  1. Nineteenth International Conference of Philosophy on the theme “Paideia: Education in the Global Era”, International Association of Greek Philosophy, Samos, July 2007.

· Title of Paper: Educational Dimensions of Architecture: Cultural Ideals of Space in the Nineteenth Century.

  1. Twelfth International Conference on the Enlightenment on the theme “Sciences, Techniques and Cultures”, International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ISECS), Montpellier, France, July 2007.

· Title of Paper: Ideas of Space from Voltaire to Boullée.

  1. International Conference of Architecture on the theme “The Role of the Humanities in Design Creativity”, University of Lincoln, England, 15-16 Nov. 2007.

· Title of Paper: Architecture, Human Mind and Creative Design.

  1. International Conference of Literature, History and Architecture on the theme “Free Access to History: The Past in the Public Sphere”, University of Amsterdam, Huizinga Instituut, 17-19 Jan. 2008.

· Title of Accepted Paper: Jean-Nicolas-Louis Durand: Architectural History as Universal Space.

  1. Eleventh Panhellenic Conference of Philosophy on the theme “The Concept of the Self and its Transformations”, University of Patras, Greek Philosophical Society, Patras, 17-19 Oct. 2008.

· Title of Paper: The Concept of the Self in Modern Architecture: Le Corbusier.

  1. International Events of Architectural Research on the theme of “The Unbuilt”, Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, 2 Dec. 2008.

· Title of Paper: Un-built Space: Towards a Conceptual and Un-Volumetric Architecture. More informations can be found here: N.-I. Terzoglou-Lecture and in English: N.-I. Terzoglou-Lecture (In English)

  1. International Conference of Architecture on the theme “The Cultural Role of Architecture”, University of Lincoln, England, 23-25 June 2010.

· Title of Paper: Architectural Creation between ‘Culture’ and ‘Civilization’.

  1. Third International Conference of Psychology on the theme “Children and Youth in Changing Societies”, Psychological Society of Northern Greece, School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, 2-4 Dec. 2010.

· Title of Paper: ‘Activated’ Public Spaces in the Contemporary City: Phenomenological, Sociological and Architectural Perspectives. (Part of the Invited Symposium on the theme: “Re: Planned and Contingent Youth-Happenings Places in the Contemporary City”).

  1. Eleventh Panhellenic Conference of the Association of Greek Architects, Zappeion Palace, Athens, 17-20 Mar. 2011.

· Title of Paper: The Architect as a Legislator of Ideas and Concepts of Space.

  1. Two-day Conference on the theme “Architectural Studies and Architectural Heritage”, Ceremony Hall “Lysandros Kaytantzoglou”, Averoff Building, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 27-28 May 2011.

· Title of Paper: The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space.

  1. Thirteenth International Conference on the Enlightenment on the theme “Time in the Age of the Enlightenment”, International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ISECS), Graz, 25-29 July 2011.

· Title of Paper: The Monument in the Age of the Enlightenment: Genealogy of a Concept.

  1.  A.W.N. Pugin Bicentennial Conference on the theme “New Directions in Gothic Revival Studies Worldwide”, University of Kent, Centre for Research in European Architecture, The Pugin Society, Canterbury, 13-14 July 2012.

· Title of Paper: A.W.N. Pugin and ‘Functionalism’: Towards a New Interpretation.

15.    ××ÉÉÉ World Congress of Philosophy on the theme: “Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life”, Athens, 4-10 August 2013.

· Title of Paper: Way of Life, Ethos, and Place: The Concepts of ‘Lebensform’ and ‘Lebenswelt’.

16.    1st Conference of the History of Architecture, on the theme: “The Historiography of Architecture between the 20th and 21st Century: Arts and Architecture Between Globalisation and ‘Greekness’”, Athens School of Fine Arts, 22-24 May 2014

· Title of Paper: The ‘Will to Live’ as Architecture: Assumptions Regarding the Philosophical Background of Aris Konstantinidis’ Thinking.

17.    Meeting: Structures Index 02: Starting Posts, Benaki Museum, Athens, 16 June 2014

· Title of Paper: Etienne-Louis Boullée: Isaac Newton’s Cenotaph. Watch the lecture (In Greek): http://vimeo.com/109146515

18.    1st Panhellenic Conference of the School of Artistic Studies, TEI, on the theme: “Aesthetics + Ethics”, Industrial Complex of Gazi, 12-13 June 2015

· Title of Paper: Ethical Dimensions of Architecture: Genealogies and Concepts.

19.    Conference of McGill University, on the theme: “Reading Architecture: Literary Imagination and Architectural Experience”, Benaki Museum, 16-18 June 2015

· Title of Paper: Conceptual Conjunctions Between Literature and Architecture: Philippe Hamon’s Hypothesis and Its Consequences for Spatial Design.

20.    Conference of the School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, on the theme: “Le Corbusier: Genealogies”, Lysandros Kautantzoglou Hall, Athens, 29-31 October 2015

· Title of Paper: Charles-Edouard Jeanneret: Towards a New Theory of Genius

21.    Conference of the School of Architecture, Post-graduate Programme, National Technical University of Athens, Coord. Prof. P. Tournikiotis, on the theme: “History and Utopia”, Amphitheatre/Tositsa Building, Athens, 20 February 2016

· Title of Paper: Utopia and Place

22.    Conference of the School of Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, on the theme: “Spatial Narratives of Memory”, Thessaloniki, 23-24 May 2016

               · Title of Paper: Philippe Hamon / Paul Ricoeur: Space, Narrative and Architecture

23.    Conference of the Citylab 2016, on the theme: “Architecture_City_Love”, Patras, 22-28 September 2016

               · Title of Paper: Three Ideal Types of the Complex Dialectic between Love and Place. Watch the lecture (In Greek): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIDiu5oL7kY

  1. Meeting on the theme: “Contemporary Construction of Temples”, NTUA, Athens, 7 December 2016

       · Title of Paper: Contemplations of Space in the Thought of Panayotis Michelis

  1. Meeting on the work of Dimitris and Suzana Antonakakis, Benaki Museum, 17 December 2016

               · Title of Paper: Advancing the Hypothesis of an Epistemological Rupture in Antonakakis’ Work: Three Conceptual Interpretative Prisms. Watch the lecture (In Greek): http://www.blod.gr/lectures/Pages/viewlecture.aspx?LectureID=3202

  1. 13th IASS-AIS World Congress of Semiotics, on the theme “Cross-Inter-Multi-Trans”, Kaunas, Lithuania, 25-30 June 2017

· Title of Paper: Semiotic Articulations Between Literature and Architecture: Spatial Meaning, Place and Narrativity

  1. Panhellenic Conference of Philosophy, on the theme: “Maurice Merleau-Ponty: Ways of Philosophizing”, French Institute of Greece, 4 October 2017

· Title of Paper: Concepts of Space in Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception. Watch the lecture (In Greek):  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzqoE5MSq8o

  1. Meeting of the Hellenic Architectural Society: “70 years HAS: from the past to the future”, Technical Chamber of Greece, 25 October 2017

· Title of Paper: Ethical Dimensions of Architecture: Structure and Place. You can watch the lecture + read the relevant text here (In Greek): https://eae.com.gr/%CE%B5%CE%B9%CF%83%CE%B7%CE%B3%CE%AE%CF%83%CE%B5%CE%B9%CF%82-70-%CF%87%CF%81%CF%8C%CE%BD%CE%B9%CE%B1-%CE%B5%CE%B1%CE%B5/

        29. VI. International Architectural Design Conference: Archdesign 2019, DAKAM, Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center, Athens, 22 March 2019

                · Title of Paper: Ideal Types of Relations Between Literary Narrative and Architectural Space: Three Epistemological Models

       30. Conference of the Interdisciplinary Postgradute Programme “Administration of Monuments: Archaeology, City and Architecture”, on the theme: “Cultural Administration: Its Past and Future”, University of Athens, 9-10 May 2019:

                 · Title of Paper: The City as Archive: Genealogies and Hypotheses

       31. 1st International Conference: “Ferekydes”, on the theme: “Modern Western Civilization and Its Greek References”, Syros Institute, Hermoupolis, Syros, 7-9 June 2019:

                 · Title of Paper: The ‘Neo-Hellenic’ Ideal of Johann Joachim Winckelmann: Constructing the Concept of the ‘Classical’

      32. Hermoupolis Workshop: “Architectural and Urban Design: Re-use of Abandoned Ruins”, Societe des Architectes Hellenes, University of the Aegean, Thematic Session “Genius Loci” (in collaboration with Nikitas Siniossoglou), Syros, 4 August 2019:

                 · Title of Paper: Genius Loci, Narrative and Architectural Creation

      33. Hermoupolis Workshop: “Architectural and Urban Design: Re-use of Abandoned Ruins”, Societe des Architectes Hellenes, University of the Aegean, Thematic Session “Genius Loci” (in collaboration with Nikitas Siniossoglou), Syros, 4 August 2019:

                 · Title of Paper: Ruin – Museum – Archive: A Genealogy

      34. 9th Interdisciplinary Seminar of Sustainable Growth, Culture and Tradition, on the theme: “Landscape: Natural and Cultural Perceptions”, Syros Institute, Ano Syros, 18 September 2019:

                 · Title of Paper: Landscape as a Wholistic Interpretation of The Spirit of the Place (‘Genius Loci’): The Concepts of ‘Lebensform’, ‘Lebenswelt’ and ‘Stimmung’

 

 

VII.  ACADEMIC / SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES

i.         Member of Scientific Organizations + Committees

1.        Member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (from 17.11.2000).

2.        Member of the Association of Greek Architects (from Jan. 2001).

3.        Member of the International Society Leon Battista Alberti (S.I.L.B.A.). (2005-2015)

4.        Member of the Architectural Humanities Research Association (AHRA).

5.        Member of the European Association for Architectural Education (EAAE).

6.        Member of the International Association of Greek Philosophy.

7.        Member of the Hellenic Society for Aesthetics.

8.        Member of the Greek Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.

9.        Member of the Chamber of the Fine Arts of Greece (from 2009).

10.     Member of the International Advisory Board of the South African Journal of Art History (from 2013).

11.   Member of ISPA-International Society for the Philosophy of Architecture (from 2014).

12. Member of the Hellenic Institute of Architecture (from June 2015).

13. Member of numerous Academic and Scientific Committees of the School of Architecture, N.T.U.A. (from 2012). Member (Judge) of 7-Member Committees for Ph.D. Examinations.

14. Member of the Societe des Architectes Hellenes (from June 2017). Surrogate Member of the Administrative Board (from May until June 2018).

 

ii.        Exhibitions

· During his studies at the School of Architecture, N.T.U.A., (1995-2000) he participated in five (5) collective exhibitions of student design projects and in three (3) collective exhibitions of paintings and sketches.

· Two (2) student projects (“Stoppage Space” and “Exhibition-Room for Folk Art”) were published in the collective book: Architectural Synthesis, Student Projects 95 -96, National Technical University of Athens, Athens, 2002, pp. 19, 24.

· One (1) student project (“Open-Air Country Church”) was published in: Housing, a bimonthly review of architecture and decoration, Issue 85, Oct.-Nov. 2000, p. 152.

· He has organized, co-curated and also participated with his own works and projects in the following group exhibitions (2001-today):

1.  Exhibition of Student Projects from the Workshop of Painting, Historical Building of the Rectorate, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 20 Nov. – 20 Dec. 2001.

2.  Exhibition of Student Projects: Architectural Language, Communication and Design: Conceptual Approaches of Design Problems: The Void, Time and the Minimal, Two Galleries “Astrolavos”, Athens, 23 Apr. – 15 May 2004. The exhibition had a very favourable critical reception by the public and the press.

3.  Exhibition of Posters: Students of the Athens School of Fine Arts, Central Hall of the Athens Subway, Syntagma Square, 17-18 June 2009.

4.  Graduates of the Athens School of Fine Arts, Exhibition Space “Nikos Kessanlis”, Athens School of Fine Arts, 20 Jan. – 20 Feb. 2011.

5.  Exhibition of Design Projects: Architectural Heritage, Poster 70 / 100, Averoff Building, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 27 May – 25 June 2011.

6.  Exhibition of Student Projects: The Architecture of the Void, The Architecture of Time, Averoff Building, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, May – June 2011.

7.  Exhibition of  Forty (40) Student Projects: The Passage of Time and the Transformations of Space, Averoff Building, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, July 2011.

 

iii.      Presidencies + Co-ordinations

  1. Presidency and co-ordination of sessions at the 22nd International Philosophical Conference of the International Association of Greek Philosophy, on the theme “Philosophy of the Environment, Kalamata, Greece, 16-21 July 2010.
  2. Presidency, co-ordination of twelve (12) presentations and critical commentary at the Meeting in Honor of the Memory of Professor John Liapis, on the theme “Contemporary Conceptions and Hermeneutical Approaches Concerning the Design and Production of Space”, Department of Architectural Language, Communication and Design, Ceremony Hall “Lysandros Kaytantzoglou”, Averoff Building, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, 12 November 2010.
  3. President of the International Academic Committee of the ICAR-CORA PRIZE 2011: International Council for Architectural Research-Conseil International de la Recherche en Architecture (Honorary President: Prof. Dr. Pierre Pellegrino), Geneva, Athens, Constantinople, Thessaloniki, Paris, October 2011- August 2012.

· As a President of the Academic Committee of this highly prestigious Award for the Best Doctoral Thesis in Architectural Research, Terzoglou performed many duties:

1.        Composition and forwarding of the Invitation for the Award, in two languages (English, French) (in collaboration with Prof. K. Tsoukala and Prof. P. Pellegrino).

2.        1st Phase of the Award: Reception of all the Submissions (abstracts), classification, valuation. The valuation was based on a new system of academic criteria proposed by Terzoglou.

3.        1st Phase of the Award: Drafting of the explanatory Report of the first phase and co-ordination of the discussion with the Members of the Committee.

4.        2nd Phase of the Award: Composition and forwarding of the Invitation for the Award / Phase 2 to those Candidates that have succeeded during the 1st Phase.

5.        2nd Phase of the Award: Reception of the original Ph.D.’s, co-ordination of the discussion with the Members of the Committee, based on additional criteria proposed by Terzoglou.

6.        2nd Phase of the Award: Receipt of the Final Results and the Decisions of the Committee and drafting of the Final Report of the ICAR-CORA AWARD 2011. (in collaboration with Prof. P. Pellegrino).

7.        Preparation of the Certificates and the Confirmations for the first three (3) Winners. (in collaboration with Prof. P. Pellegrino).

4.    Co-ordination of five (5) papers / presentations, brief critical commentary and extended introduction titled “The Adventures of the Concept of the Self”, in the context of the 5th Section (Subject / Self) of the Conference titled “Le Corbusier: Genealogies”, Lysandros Kautantzoglou Hall, Athens, 31 October 2015.

5.      Co-ordination of Section B: Critical Approaches I, at the Scientific Meeting on the Work of the Greek Architect Nicos Valsamakis, Benaki Museum, Athens, 19 December 2015.

6.          Participation at the Round-Table discussion of the Conference of the School of Architecture, Post-graduate Programme, National Technical University of Athens, Coord. Prof. P. Tournikiotis, on the theme: “History and Utopia”,   Amphitheatre/Tositsa Building, Athens, 20 February 2016.

7.          Co-ordination of the Section “Demographies in Space: Urban Design, Mobility, Wanderings”, at the Seminar titled “Cultural Technologies and Everyday Practices in the 60’s: Consumption, Culture and Social Change” (ed. By M. Bilalis and Y. Papatheodorou), Ermoupolis, Syros, 9-10 July 2016.

8.          Co-ordination of Section 4: History + Theory, at the Conference: “School of Architecture, N.T.U.A.: 100 years’ Anniversary”, on the theme: “The Teaching of Architecture: Objects and Perspectives”, Averoff Building, Athens, 4 November 2017.

9.          Vice-President of the Societe des Architectes Hellenes (from July 2018 until July 2019).

· As a Vice-President of the Hellenic Society of Architecture, I have participated in the following events and initiatives:

1. Active participation in the study group for the re-activation of the Mediaeval Settlement of Anavatos in Chios.

2. Co-conception and co-ordination of the Thematic Session “Towards a Greek Dialogical Architecture”, with lectures by eminent scholars and young architects on the themes: “Architecture and Place” (October-November 2018), “Architecture and the City” (December 2018-January 2019).

3. Initial Conception and initiative to co-ordinate a Summer Workshop of Architectural and Urban Design (2019) on the theme: “Re-use of Abandoned Industrial Buildings in Ermoupolis”, at the island of Syros. The workshop’s main goal is to investigate the ‘genius loci’ of Ermoupolis and to integrate new interventions in the specific atmosphere of urbanity characterizing this new city of the 19th century.

10. Co-ordination of Sections 4 + 8: 1st International Conference: “Ferekydes”, on the theme: “Modern Western Civilization and Its Greek References”, Syros Institute, Hermoupolis, Syros, 7-9 June 2019.

 

iv.      Travels, Seminars, Conferences.

          · Many research travels in most European cities from 1994 until today: study of monuments and buildings, visit of exhibitions and examination of artistic works.

          · Research travel: study of the various works of Le Corbusier in-situ (1996-1997).

 · Travel in England, Oxford, Cambridge, as part of the Doctoral Research: Cambridge: 7-27 July 2002: attendance of the University of Cambridge Art History Summer School, on the theme: “Art, Light and Space from the Middle Ages to the Present”. Written essay on “Goethe and Newton: Theories of Light” (Supervisor: Dr. John Gage).

          · Travels in England (November 2007) and France (July 2007) as part of his Post-Doctoral Research. Visit of many public and private libraries and Research Institutes.

          · Travel in Ioannina (University of Ioannina) for research and teaching activities (December 2015).

          · Attendance of over one-hundred and thirty three (133) conferences, seminars and scientific meetings in Greece and abroad: philosophy, history of art, history of science, urbanism (1995-2019).

          · Organization of two (2) student excursions, in order to visit emblematic houses, designed and built by well-known and important Neo-Hellenic architects of the 20th century (2016, 2017).

 

v.   Participation in Design + Theoretical Workshops and Studio Criticisms

          ·   2012-2013: Organization of an experimental design + theory workshop titled “The City as an Archive: Monuments – Ruins – Traces”, Postgraduate Program of the Athens School of Fine Arts.

          ·  2013-2014: Organization of an experimental design + theory workshop titled “The City as an Archive: Voids – Ruins – Traces”, Postgraduate Program of the Athens School of Fine Arts.

          ·  2014:  Participation and Studio Criticism at the Patras City Lab Architectural Workshop, Organizer: P. Pangalos, Patras, 3-9 Oct. 2014.

 ·  2015: Studio Criticism at the Athens Studio Workshop, co-organised by The University of Western Australia, School of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts êáé De Montfort University, Leicester School of Architecture, Faculty of Art, Design and Humanities. Coordinators: Prof. N. Westbrook, Prof. K. Kontozoglou, Australian Institute of Archaeology, 6 Feb. 2015.

 ·  2015: Participation and Criticism at the Fine Arts and Theory Workshop titled “Ambiguity + Puzzlement in Delphi”, Organizer: K. Ioannidis, Delphi, 25-31 May 2015.

 ·  2015: Lecture and Studio Criticism at the Fine Arts and Architecture Workshop titled “Hospitality”, Organizers: P. Pangalos, K. Daflos, Z. Pyrini, Loutraki, 24-30 August 2015.

 · 2016: Participation and Studio Criticism at the Patras City Lab Workshop 2016: City_Architecture_Love, Organizers: P. Pangalos, St. Alifragkis, Patras, 22-28 Sep. 2016.

 · 2016: Participation as an invited Assistant Professor at the Asfa Photo Courses, on the theme: “Issues on the Theory of Visual Arts + Photography”. Organizer: K. Ioannidis, ASFA.

· 2019: Participation as an invited speaker at the 9th Interdisciplinary Seminar of Sustainable Growth, Culture and Tradition, on the theme: “Landscape: Natural and Cultural Perceptions”, Syros Institute, organizer: Prof. I. Stefanou, Ano Syros, 16-21 Sep. 2019.

· 2020: Invited Critic in Studio Criticisms and Theoretical Discussions at the Final Presentation of the Course in Architectural Design Arc_070, School of Architecture, University of Patras. Theme: “Urban Tissue and Landscape”. Topic of the Discussion: “A Colloquy on the Limits of Architectural Praxis”, Room A96+, Patras, Professor: Athanasios Spanomaridis, 21 February 2020.

 

vi.  Organization and Co-ordination of Conferences + Seminars + Workshops:

         · 2012-2013: Co-founder, along with Professor K. Moraitis and Professor S. Stavrides, of the Research Seminar for Ph.D. Candidates “Anny Vrychea”.

         · 2012-2017: Founding member, along with numerous academic colleagues, of the Research Seminar “Friday Readings”, an interdisciplinary reading + research group trying to bridge the gap between literature, architecture, theatre, philosophy, psychoanalysis and political science. The seminar communicates its research results in the series called “demo”, published by the publishing house of the National Bank Educational Institute (M.I.E.T. Editions).  

         · 2015: General Conception, organization and co-ordination of the Conference “Le Corbusier: Genealogies”, which took place in the Lysandros Kaytantzoglou Ceremony Hall, at the National Technical University of Athens. The conference lasted three (3) days and consisted of a round table discussion between five (5) honorary Professors and five (5) Thematic Sections with five (5) speakers each: 1. City / Urbanism /Utopia. 2. Architectural Layouts / Mechanisms  3. Dwelling: Sacred / Profane  4. Architecture / Art  5. Subject / Self. Website: https://lecorbusier.arch.ntua.gr/

         · 2017: Conception, organization and co-ordination of a thematic session within M.I.E.T. Research Seminar, titled “Memory and Place in Hypermodernity”. Speakers: N.-I. Terzoglou, T. Tsimpouki, E. Solomon, N. Kokkomelis (28.4.2017-19.5.2017).

         · 2019: Conception, general co-ordination, scientific editor of the Summer Workshop of Architectural and Urban Design in Hermoupolis, Syros: 1-8 August 2019: 22 invited lectures, 3 thematic sessions, 21 participants, 3 guided tours, 7 invited critics for 3 powerpoint presentations. Organizing Team: 12 persons. Website: https://www.eaas-ermoupoli.com