/// SOCIALITIES ... 2022, WHAT HAS CHANGED IN THE WAY WE NOTICE THE ENVIRONMENT. Recently I caught myself worshiping once again one of the most prestigious "architectures" of the world, the 20th century Parthenon, or, as its own author has claimed it, an example of the "universal space" in a building. PROJECTS LIKE THIS ... ⎘ 2021, ...DON'T HAPPEN ANYMORE. I have heard this statement way to often to finally realize the sad truth and the discouragement in our profession. EYES ON THE GROUND 2021, CAN THE NORM BE DIFFERENT? Last fall I had a walk around The Sacred Rock of Athens. Or maybe I should say a Sacred walk around The Rock of Athens. CROOKED 2021, Usually art that comes in the form of a painting, is introduced in a room through its two-dimensional "back". FROM AN EXCITING OBJECT TO AN OBJECT OF EXCITEMENT⎘ 2020, A REFLECTION OF INTERIOR URBANISM IN THE PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Public buildings are and always have been one of the finest dishes to be served on the plate of an architect. WHOSE BUILDING IS IT ANYWAY?⎘ 2020, My profession has brought me to many design and building events. LIVING ON TOP OF A TRAIN STATION⎘ 2019, THE SUCCESSFUL STORY OF AMSTERDAM'S DENSIFICATION POLITICS. Coping with growth intentions of population in urban areas, what is happening in the Dutch cities is a growth of need for housing. OFF THE GRID 2019, This is the term used when a house is built without permission and the required legislation, in Greece. Probably in other places too ... HETEROTOPIAS (PART 1)⎘ 2015, THE "ΟΤΗΕR" SPACES WHERE PLACE BECOMES AN EXPERIENCE AND ACQUIRES VALUES. Heterotopias, are places with no clear and immutable geographic boundaries or a fixed physical substance. HETEROTOPIAS (PART 2) 2015, UNDERSTANDING THE "OTHER" SPACES. Heterotopias bring together people who are in crisis with their environment and deal with some everyday problems, having realized the contradiction among what they would like to have and what they have in actuality.