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Humans in Architectural Compositions

Humans in Architectural Compositions

Author : Andreas Batsilas Perhaps the most controversial part of the composition of architectural photography. A large percentage of photographers have dogmatic views on whether people should or should not be included in the synthesis. Surely the human element helps in understanding the scale. Photographers who use it […]

South Park Gets Gentrified

South Park Gets Gentrified

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)”. […]

A Weekend in Fez

A Weekend in Fez

Author : Andreas Batsilas I don’t really know what kept me so long from writing about Morocco and Fez. Maybe an exam period, followed by summer and another exam period, is not the best time of the year to do anything but study and enjoy the few days of vacations […]

A Day in Rome

A Day in Rome

Author : Andreas Batsilas Rome was definitely not built in one day,  but I didn’t have more than that to spend at the eternal city. Being an architect, I have studied so many things about the capital of the roman empire, about the architecture, the materials and the construction methods, […]

Hotel Design Conference in Thessaloniki

Hotel Design Conference in Thessaloniki

Author : Kiki Gkavogianni The past weekend, 15-16 of November, a conference took place in the International Trade Fair of Thessaloniki. The theme was Hotel Design and several designers and architects explained the perspective of the architectural design in the field of tourism in Greece. The exhibition’s name was “Hotelia […]

Architect's Survival

Architect’s Survival

Author : Andreas Batsilas There are some days that you wake up and you just want to write. Today was one of those days.  I had this strange feeling that this was the time to start addressing a subject that has been bothering me for a long time. From the […]

Architects Do It With Partner(s)

Architects Do It With Partner(s)

Author : Kiki Gkavogianni Team work. Take a moment and think about this phrase. Many people say that we live in a society of egoism and social isolation, where young people prefer to interact in a web-world than in the real one and aren’t capable of verbal and real-time communication. […]

ArchiTravel Interviews the Architect Ahmad Hamid

ArchiTravel Interviews the Architect Ahmad Hamid

ArchiTravel interviews the architect and professor Ahmad Hamid. Interview by : Maria Anagnostou Maria Anagnostou: What is the importance of architectural tourism? Ahmad Hamid: Architectural tourism serves the layman and the professional to get acquainted at least to the major architectural sites and happenings in a city where he is […]

ArchiTravel Interviews Eleni Bastéa

ArchiTravel Interviews Eleni Bastéa

ArchiTravel interviews the architectural historian Eleni Bastéa. Interview by : Stamatia Koloniari  Stamatia Koloniari: What is the importance of architectural tourism? Eleni Bastéa: I think it allows us to dream and imagine having different lives and it transports us not only to different places but to a different society as […]