Dimensions23 x 28 cm
Dimitris A. Fatouros was born in Athens in 1928 and studied architecture at the National Technical University until his graduation in 1952. There he was a student of prominent figures such as Dimitris Pikionis. He was a professor of Architecture (1959-1996) and Dean of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (1983-1988). He has also been a Visiting Fellow at Yale University, and has taught at many other universities in Europe and the United States. His substantial work as an architect was initiated with the designing of some of the most important buildings that reflect the one or many faces that modern Greece was looking for, such as the National Gallery. He also developed writing and, until 1966, artistic work as a painter. This monograph summarizes his creative course with unpublished archival material.
(Only available in Greek)