ArchiTravel interviews the architect Nabil Gholam. Interview by : Christianna Tsigkou Christianna Tsigkou: What is the importance of architectural tourism? Nabil Gholam: Besides the positive elements of tourism in general which can always be beneficial to a country or a city especially of the second or third world, it has […]
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Christianna Tsigkou is a young architect and production designer working in Greece, Denmark and the Netherlands. Her urge to be engaged in many creative projects at the same time has equipped her with a multidisciplinary background and a wide knowledge on many fields, especially those of design, film and crafts. Whether it is building a set for a stop motion animation or an architectural model or even editing short films and documentaries, she adopts a detail-oriented approach and likes to go in depth in every project she’s working on. She’s always trusted to bring her high energy to every group or team she’s involved in.
ArchiTravel interviews the Director of Grant Associates, Andrew Grant, on architecture and its relation to social media. He talks about Gardens by the Bay and how social media influence architecture projects. Interview by : Maria Anagnostou (video shooting and editing) and Christianna Tsigkou Christianna Tsigkou: Could you make some […]
ArchiTravel interviews the architect, writer and publisher Maria Aslam-Hyder. Interview by : Maria Anagnostou Maria Anagnostou: What is the importance of Architectural Tourism? Maria Aslam-Hyder: I think it’s the key importance of any country because you are showcasing your heritage, your culture, your buildings, your dynamics through […]
Author : Christianna Tsigkou What do you do when your town is being ridiculed by comedian Jimmy Fallon? You try to improve the town’s image. How do you do that? By opening a Whole Foods market. Where? At your recently gentrified part of town, opposite the “Historic So(uth of)Do(wntown of)So(outh)Pa(rk)”. […]
Author : Christianna Tsigkou I have to say that when I found out that Thomas Heatherwick was going to deliver the key note speech of the last day of the World Architecture Festival in Singapore this year I thought “well this should be interesting!”. I recognized him as the designer […]