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Elias Messinas

Elias Messinas


Architect
Country: Greece
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Elias Messinas

Architect, Environmental Consultant

Founder & Chairman, ECOWEEK

 

Graduate of Yale School of Architecture and the National Technical University of Athens, Dr. Elias Messinas is a Greek-born architect and environmental consultant presently based in Aegina and Jerusalem, specializing in sustainable design, ‘green’ Architecture and environmental planning and consulting in Greece, Cyprus, and the Middle East. He is recipient of grants from – among others – Getty Grant Program and Graham Foundation. Dr. Messinas is the founder, Chairman and coordinator of the international environmental NGO ECOWEEK based and active in Europe and the Middle East.

 

:: Photo information and credits:

1 > Elias with Shigeru Ban and the Ambassador of Japan in Greece in 2009
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2009

2 > Elias with Ken Yeang and landscape architect Julie Bargmann at ECOWEEK 2008 in Athens, Greece
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2008

3 > ECOWEEK workshops in 2010
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2010

4 > ECOWEEK participants visiting the New Acropolis Museum in Athens in 2009
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2009

5 > ECOWEEK workshops in 2009
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2009

6 > ECOWEEK workshops in 2010
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2010

7 > Private residence in Plakakia, Aegina
photo courtecy © Elias Messinas

8 > Private residence in Lefki, Aegina. The house is cooled and heated by geothermal heat pump
photo courtecy © Elias Messinas

09 > Private residence in Lefki, Aegina. The house is cooled and heated by geothermal heat pump
photo courtecy © Elias Messinas

10 > Private residence in Livadi, Aegina
photo courtecy © Elias Messinas

11 > ECOWEEK participants visiting a recycling plant in Athens, Greece in 2009
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2009

12 > ECOWEEK participants visiting a wind farm in the Attica region, Greece in 2009
photo courtecy © ECOWEEK 2009