Course A: Modern Greek Architecture
10/22/2017

Course A: Modern Greek Architecture

Short TitleHISTORY AND THEORY 8
Academic Year2013-2014
Lesson CategoryTheory and Practice Compulsory Module
Semester8o
ProfessorsSchool of Architecture
Lesson DescriptionTeacher:
N. HOLEVAS Professor
Other InformationTimetable: Monday 09:00-14:45, Thursday 11:00-14:45
Class: T MAX, T class A, T307, M318 (Monday)
M226, M228, M230, M232 (Thursday)

Course A: Modern Greek Architecture  (sub-pages)

Course content This seminar will study several of the aspects of Greek modernism which are related to specific themes of the Greek architecture of the 20th century. Its aim is to deepen the historical and theoretical background of specific architectural buildings and projects, to investigate their place in the broader context of international modernism, to broaden the cultural context of their epoch, to illuminate their philosophical and ideological background. Through this process, the course is expected to develop original critical interpretative tools, deconstruct stereotypical and outdated theories, clarify ambiguous and vague notions and ideas, encourage new connections and "exits" outside the given framework.
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