ARCH POINTS

ATHENS 13-15/5/2016
 

3 Days, 51 participating architects, 5 Guided Tours, 20 kilometers of walking, 1500 participants on the tours, more than 600 unique visitors to the open offices, 17 architectural studios, more than 20 new artworks created for #escape, numerous Likes, Hashtags & Posts around the social networks! 

 

Arch Points 2016: the first 3-day event in Greece that suggested a different approach on how the public interprets, interacts and engages with the world of architecture!              archpoints.gr

CONTRIBUTORS 

 

Concept, Artistic Direction

 

                 Despoina Vouteri

                 Thaleia Niniou

                 Georgia Poulopoulou

 

 

Graphic design

Thanasis Eythymiou

 

Communications manager

Christina Zafeirouli

 

Production manager

Konstantinos Sakkas

 

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Production Management

Delta-Pi 

 

DESCRIPTION

 

51 ARCHITECTS // 17 STUDIOS // 3 DAYS // INTERACTIVE EXHIBITIONS // CONVERSATIONS // EVENTS // GUIDED WALKING TOURS // HAPPENINGS // SPECIAL ACTIVITIES 
 

ARCH POINTS stands as a "starting point" of an interactive presentation between Greek contemporary architects who live and work in Athens, Greece, and the public. 17 arch studios open the doors of their creative spaces and welcome the public in order to share with us their past, current and upcoming projects, their passions and dreams, as well as their vissions for urban Athens in the future. Several different Athenian neighborhoods become 17 points on the city map, which comprises our route, and welcomes anyone to join us in an open walk in which we will explore the hidden corners of Athens. ArchPoints focuses on the known or unknown architectonical and urban treasures of the city, which are forwarded to the public through live presentations, open lectures, events and other happenings. Our main goal is to promote Athens as a city that changes constantly and slowly becomes a green, modern and welcoming city! 

PARTICIPANTS

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