Η συγκεκριμένη ομιλία αποτελείται από δύο ομιλητές, οι οποίοι είναι δύο πολυσυζητημένα πρόσωπα, τα οποία διαπρέπουν στον τομέα της αρχιτεκτονικής και του design στην Ελλάδα αλλά και το εξωτερικό. Σήμερα θα μας μιλήσουν για το πώς δεν το βάζουν κάτω και στην δύσκολη περίοδο της κρίσης συνεχίζουν να δημιουργούν καινοτόμα έργα! Ο λόγος για τους δύο αρχιτέκτονες μηχανικούς Λαέρτης-Αντώνιος Βασιλείου και Παντελής Καμπουρόπουλους δημιουργούς του γραφείου OPA (Open Platform For Architecture) με έδρα την Ολλανδία
This specific speech consists of two persons, two talked about persons, who excel in the sector of architecture and design in Greece and abroad. Today they will talk about how they did not give up and in the difficult period of crisis continues to create innovative projects! The reason for the two architects creators of OPA Office (Open Platform For Architecture) based in the Netherlands!
Laertis- Antonios Vasiliou was born in Athens in '83 and was raised in Rhodes. He is an architect in profession with a degree from the National University of Athens in 2008 and Victor Horta/Bruxelles in 2006. He continued on with postgraduate studies in architectural design in Tu Delft in 2013. Pantelis Kampouropoulos was born and raised in Rhodes ('83). He is an architect in profession with a degree from the University of Patra in 2011 and a further degree in restoration and renovation of buildings from the Technical College/University of Patra in 2007. Their successful colaboration in 2012 has led them to cofound the Open Platform of Architecture office in 2014 based in the city Haarlem in Holland. Mr. Vasiliou and Mr. Kampouropoulos have successfully published articles in collaboration and individually. They have also participated in and attended trade fairs and exhibitions. They have been awarded both in Greece and abroad for the research and implementation of their achievements
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