The Corbelletti Competition traditionally marks the start of a new school year, and 2017 is no exception. What is new: the competition brief authors are on-hand to open the competition and deliver a series of three lectures spanning Monday and Tuesday, 21-22 September 2017. Join us in the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space at 3:00pm Monday for the Corbelletti kick-off, then again at 12 Noon and 6:00pm on Tuesday. All events are free and open to the public.
EVENT TIMES & DATES
Monday, 3:00 PM: Deliver Competition Brief + Lecture: Borders
Tuesday, 12:00 Noon: Lecture: Conflicts
Tuesday, 6:00 PM: Lecture: Professional Work
Leonidas Papalampropoulos studied architecture in the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) (2004) and the Bartlett School of Architecture in London (2005). He acquired his Ph.D. at NTUA (2015). His research focuses on the emergence of utopian microcosmic environments in the architectural discourse. He has been teaching visual arts in the Lab of Plastic Arts at the NTUA since 2007 and architectural design at the Architecture School of the University of Patras since 2016.
Georgia Syriopoulou studied architecture at the University of Patras (Diploma with Honors, 2012) and the Technical University of Delft (MSc in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences, with Honors, 2014). Her interests focus on the role of narrative in architectural composition and the mechanism of construction of cultural identity.
Their work has been distinguished in international architectural competitions – 1st prize, Room 18, DOMES, 2016; Special Mention, Design of an Administration and Cultural Complex, Kaliningrad, Russia; 2nd prize, Archeological Museum of Piraeus, 2015; Honorable Mention, Museum of Agricultural Heritage, Eptagonia, Cyprus, 2012; 1st prize, Hotel Leivatho, DOMES, Best Built Work 2009–11; Shortlisted, Hotel Leivatho World Architecture Festival 2010 – and has been published and presented in architecture and art exhibitions, conferences, and journals in Greece and abroad.