APO MECHANES WORKSHOP, GREECE

09Jun09

This summer a group of young architects from Greece and the U.S. are launching the Apo Mechanes workshop in Athens. From the 27th of July until the 11th of August they are planning to investigate together with students from all over the globe new modes of algorithmic processes in architectural design and fabrication.

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Luckily I have the possibilty to join them in sunny Greece :). The registration is still open.

The coordinators :
Ezio Blasetti,
Dave Pigram,
Roland Snooks
Ioulietta Zindrou

EZIO BLASETTI, registered architect TEE-TCG, holds a masters of science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University after graduating from the National Technical University of Athens. Founder of algorithmicdesign.net Ezio is 1/3 of Serge Studio, his recent collaborations include Acconci Studio, biothing and a|Um studio. He has taught at Columbia University, the Architectural Association, The Pratt Institute.

DAVE PIGRAM is the founding Partner of supermanoeuvre, Dave Pigram has taught at Columbia University, the Architectural Association, The Pratt Institute, The University of Michigan and The University of Canberra. He has exhibited and lectured on his work internationally and was formerly a project director for Studio Daniel Libeskind.

ROLAND SNOOKS is the founding partner of Kokkugia, he teaches at Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania, having previously taught at Sci-Arc, University of Southern California, UCLA, Pratt Institute and RMIT University. Roland was the curator of the Australasian section of this year’s Architecture Bienale Beijing

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