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Aristide Antonas' work spans philosophy, art, literature and architecture. He published novels, short stories, theater scripts and essays. His art and architecture work has been featured among other places in Istanbul Design biennial, Venice biennale, Sao Paulo biennale, Display Prague, the New Museum, New York and had solo institutional presentations in Basel's Swiss Architecture Museum and in Austria's Vorarlberger Architektur Institut. He won the ArchMarathon 2015 prize for his Open Air Office, was nominated for a Iakοv Chernikov Prize (2011) and for a Mies Van der Rohe Award (2009) for his Amphitheater House. He works as a Professor of Architectural Design and Theory and directs the Master’s Program on Architectural design at the University of Thessaly, Greece. Aristide has been a visiting tutor in the Bartlett UCL and a visiting professor of Literature at The Frei Universität in Berlin.

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Weak Monumental Square

© Aristide Antonas

Waste Design Strategies

© Aristide Antonas

Vertical Disposition of Infrastructure

© Aristide Antonas

The House for doing nothing

© Aristide Antonas

Amphitheater House LocationHydra, Greece

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Sleeping Area

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Ruin Room

© Aristide Antonas

Open Air Office

© Aristide Antonas

Deserted Island with Infrastructure

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Apartment in Vehicle

© Aristide Antonas