Architecture Between a Glorious Past and a Questionable Present: Interview with Greek Architect Andreas Angelidakis

POST RUIN BENTIVOGLIO, curated by Antonio Grulli. Photo courtesy of Andreas Angelidakis.

How might your persona or act differ if you were to put yourself before society’s expectations and limitations, embracing your queerness and preferences? Looking into the impact of individuality, we talked with Andreas Angelidakis, an architect to who refers to himself as “an architect who doesn’t build”, but views architecture as a site of social interaction, creating works that reflect on the urban culture by mixing ruins, digital media, and psychology to better understand the  power of finding different design paths. 

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