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EDUCATION 2010 Department of Architecture, University of Patras, Patras, Greece 2017 Graduation date: September 2017, GPA: 8.81/10 (summa cum laude) 2015 Erasmus+ Placement DeZwarteHond Architecture, Urban Design & Land2016 scape Architecture Cologne, Germany, 2015 - 2016 Winter Semester, Intern Architectural Student 2004 Doukas Private High School, Athens, Amarousion, Greece 2010 Degree: Apolyterion (2010), GPA: graduation grade 19.4/20

WORKING EXPERIENCE 2017 Kizis Architects Athens, Greece, November 2017, Collaborator with Kizistudio, client of HRADF (greek: ΤΑΙΠΕΔ) (Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund) for the ‘Elliniko former airport Development’ 2015 DeZwarteHond Architecture, Urban Design & Landscape Architecture 2016 Cologne, Germany, November 2015 - April 2016, Intern Architectural Student 2014 Panetsos Rodi & Associates Architectural Office Athens, Greece, July 2014 - November 2014, Intern Architectural Student, assistant to Prof. G. Panetsos 2

WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS 2018 3D Printing Workshop 3D printing software (Blender, Cura) and fabrication of 3D print models Δe_Λab 3D Print Studio Athens, Greece, January 2018 2015 McNeel Rhinoceros 3D Modelling Workshop Decode Fabrication Lab, Official Rhinoceros Center Athens, Greece, July 2015 project: Nakagin Capsule Tower 2015 Code - Athens, Rail & City Joint Seminar Week, Railway and City Development Athens, Greece, June 2015 Participating institutions: ETH Technical University of Zurich, National Technical University of Athens, University of Patras Sponsor: Albert Speer – Stiftung, Embassy of Switzerland Coach: Mahdokht Soltaniehha Tutors: Pappas Vassilis, Spanomaridis Athanasios 2013 International Festival of Architecture Schools ‘Cites, Landscapes, Heritage. Thinking about the Future’, Loutraki, Greece, April 2013 - June 2013 Participating Institutions: University of Camerino, University of Chieti-Pescara, University of Patras Tutors: Vasiliki Petridou, Pangalos Panayotis Project: ‘Loutraki: Highlighting Water Circuits’ 2013 Landscape exercises Outdoor Groundworks as part of the Course ‘Land-


scape exercises’ University Campus, Department of architecture, University of Patras, Patras, Greece, May 2013 Tutor: Pantelia Stela 2013 Villard 15. International Seminar on Architecture and Urban Design 2014 ‘Strategic Landscapes, the new town of Montefeltro’. Pesaro/Venice/Urbino/Milan, Italy-Paris, France Participating Institutions: University of Camerino, IUAV University, University of Ljubljana, Marche Polytechnic University, Polytechnic University of Milan, University of Napoli, University of Palermo, University of Paris Malaquais, University of Patras, University of Pescara, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Roma Tre University, University of Sassari Tutor: Panetsos Georgios Project: ‘Foglia Valley: Expecting the City’

EXHIBITIONS 2014 Villard 15. International Seminar on Architecture and Urban Design Montefeltro New Town. Exhibition of Participant Projects School of Architecture and Society, Polytechnic School of Milan, Milan, Italy, June 2014 Project: ‘Foglia Valley: Expecting the City’ 2013 Special Chapters in the History of Architecture Academic Course ‘The Rasional and the Irrational in Architecture’ Exhibition of Students Projects

University Campus, Department of architecture, University of Patras, Patras, Greece, June 2013 Professors: Pangalos Panayotis, Petridou Vasiliki Special Guest: Eisenman Peter

COMPETITIONS 2018 cook8 - The new dining place Open International Architectural Competition Team: Chareas Alexandros, Papanastasatos Giorgis, Varthali Georgina 2015 MAP (Mountain Architecture Prototype) Design Competition Summit Powder Mountain, Utah, USA Open International Architectural Competition Team: Chareas Alexandros, Houssein Iason, Papanastasatos Giorgis 2014 eVolo Skyscraper Competition Open International Architectural Competition Advisor: Patronis Yiannis, professor Team: Chareas Alexandros, Giassia Georgina, Giotakou Anna, Houssein Iason, Liaptsi Katerina, Papanastasatos Giorgis 2013 Imagine the city A platform for ideas for the enhancement of the image and quality of life in the Greek City: ‘Messolonghi’ Messolonghi, Greece Advisor: Panetsos Georgios, professor Team: Chareas Alexandros, Liaptsi Katerina, Zompola Theoni, Papanastasatos Giorgis 3


AWARDS 2016 The New Ellener Hof Invited Competition, Competition Won, April 2016 Housing Project, Design and Urban Planning for a new Community in Bremen, Germany Architect: DeZwarteHond Partners: RMP Stephan Lenzen Client: Bremer Heimstiftung Team: Rottmann Matthias (project leader), Krick Julia, Papanastasatos Giorgis, Radounikli Alexia, Scheiffelen Vincent, Vrijland Richard

ACADEMIC ESSAYS

PUBLICATIONS 2018 The Tourkovounia Hills as an interconnected element between landscape and city Diploma Design Thesis Project gradreview.gr, Architects & Designers in Greece, February 2018

2014 ‘Palaio Psychiko: Investigating the Structure of the Greek Garden City’ 2015 Diploma Research Project, Grade: 9.4/10 Supervisor: Dragonas Panos

2015 Code - Athens, Rail & City Joint Seminar Week, Railway and City Development code-athens.ethz.ch, hard copy publication of the projects Project: ‘TransActive Trainscapes’

2013 ‘Architecture as the means of Automation of the Modern man. The Cases of Sant’Elia and Lebbeus 2014 Woods’ Research project in the Course ‘Special Chapters in the History of Architecture’ Professor: Petridou Vasiliki

2015 ‘Palaio Psychiko: Investigating the Structure of the Greek Garden City’ Diploma Research Thesis Project arch.upatras.gr, official site of the Department of Architecture, University of Patras, Greece, hard copy publication

2012 ‘Moore is … more? Post-modernism through the Work of Charles Willard Moore’ 2013 Research project in the Course ‘History of Architecture’ In collaboration with: Chanis Vasileios Professor: Petridou Vasiliki 4

2011 Ilisos River: The reasons that led the ancient athenian river to its underground channeling 2012 Research project in the Course ‘History of Architecture’ Professor: Petridou Vasiliki

LANGUAGES Greek (native), English (C2 - fluent) German (B2 - basic)


SKILLS Analog Model Making, Foam Cutter, Laser Cutter, 3DPrint, CNC, Sketching, Hand Drawing ••••• •••• •••• ••••• ••••• •••• • •• ••••• ••• ••••• •••• ••••• •••

Digital Autodesk Autocad Autodesk Autocad Architecture Autodesk Autocad 3D Autodesk 3ds Max Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premiere McNeel Rhinoceros Ultimaker Cura (3Dprint software) Vray for 3ds Max Vray for Rhinoceros Vectorworks Microsoft Office

HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

2006 High School Newspaper Assistant student in conduction of the interview of 2007 the Michalis Fotiades, Greek architect, about his collaboration with Bernard Tscumi for the Arcopolis Museum of Athens

OTHER ACTIVITIES 2017 OHA (Open House Athens) Open House Worldwide: International Non-govermental oranisation for the promotion of Architecture Athens, Greece, Benaki Museum, April 2017, Volunteer Architectural Guide Coach: Konstadakaki Eleutheria 2011 University of Patras Cultural Center Photography Department: lectures, photography ex2013 cursions, photography exhibitions Hobbies Athletics (Cycling, Gym, Jogging, Swimming, Tennis), Hiking, Photography, Underwater Fishing

2007 MUN (Model United Nations) International Organasation and Platform for the simulation and academic activity about diplomacy, international relations and the United Nations German School of Athens, Athens, Greece, October 2007, Delegate of the Action Paper: ‘The Importance of Microcredit in Developing Countries’

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The Tourkovounia Hills as an interconnected element between landscape and city 2017, Diploma Design Thesis Project

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Neapoli-Sykies 1st Primary School and Gymnasium 2014, Open Panhellenic Competition, Panetsos & Rodi Associates

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Multifunctional center Krefeld 2016, Housing and Commercial Building Complex, DeZwarteHond, Cologne, Germany

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Pavilion of Curiosities 2018, cook8 International Design Competition, Athens, Greece

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Persephone’s Ark & Garden 2015, Architectural Design Studio

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eV-olive-ing 2014, eVolo skyscraper Competition, Patras, Greece

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Athens Living Hill 2014, Architectural Design Studio

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THE TOURKOVOUNIA HILLS AS AN INTERCONNECTING ELEMENT BETWEEN LANDSCAPE AND CITY DIPLOMA DESIGN THESIS PROJECT SUPERVISING PROFESSOR: PANETSOS GEORGIOS ACADEMIC YEAR: SEPTEMBER 2016 - SEPTEMBER 2017 The 45-hectare site that was selected for my design thesis is characterized by the image it evokes concerning the relation between city and landscape. The Tourkovounia Hills, now an abandoned quarry, are the most extensive hill range in the geographic center of the basin of Athens, and in their current situation act as a “no man’s land” between the western and eastern parts of the city. The aim of the project is the transition from this harsh contradiction to a seamless experience from the city to the landscape and vice versa. On the one hand, the development boosts the neighboring areas by introducing new housing typologies and public uses, and on the other it enriches Athens’ urban vocabulary, by creating a public space for the citizens and the necessary technology to support it. The study focuses on the analysis of the rocky, steep and deformed from the mining activity landscape itself, as well as its boundaries with the city. Thus, five qualities came up which led to the architectural planning and design of the space: the peripheral road network, the entrances to the site and the network of man-made pathways, the plateaus, the peaks, and the views towards the city. The project attempts to fill the urban void that the hills create and introduces a series of public and private uses to the city. Specifically, the project runs in three axes:

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The first axis introduces a transit system which connects the public and private spaces to one another and both with the city. A cable car line, a terrestrial funicular, inclined elevators and an automobile tunnel are placed in addition to a network of streets and walkways in the effort to make the rutty landscape accessible and discoverable. The second axis creates a built environment comprised of housing and public programs. The new houses are placed in three zones on the border of the site, acting as an element of connectivity between the city and the landscape. The complex morphology of the latter and the mixed architectural vocabulary of the surrounding areas give ground for the creation of a variety of new housing typologies. In a further transition from the city to the landscape, a series of public uses are introduced, from leisure and retail facilities and public spaces for the community, to a Ferris wheel which provides a 360o view of Athens, as well as a hotel unit. The third axis aims to point out the qualities of the landscape by shaping two large gardens as public spaces for the city. Each garden takes advantage of the elements of the landscape’s vocabulary (views, peaks, etc.) creating a new one, by using widening, cutting and backfilling methods to the hills.


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GREATER AREAS

PLATEAUS

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ROCKY & BARREN LANDSCAPE

DRONE VIEW OF THE SITE

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HOUSING - SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCES

COLLECTIVE HOUSING

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BUILT ENVIRONMENT

TRANSIT AXES

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PUBLIC COMMUNITY SPACE

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NEAPOLI-SYKIES 1ST PRIMARY SCHOOL AND GYMNASIUM OPEN PANHELLENIC COMPETITION LOCATION: NEAPOLIS-SIKEIA, GREECE ACREAGE: 2950 m2 ARCITECT: PANETSOS & RODI ASSOCIATES CLIENT: MUNICIPALITY OF NEAPOLIS TEAM: PANETSOS GEORGIOS (PRINCIPAL IN CHARGE), RODI ALKISTIS, ZOMPOLA THEONI, PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS YEAR: JULY 2014 - NOVEMBER 2014 The main concern of our ‘Neapoli-Sykies 1st Primary School and Gymnasium’ competition entry was to respond to what the competition brief described as ‘symbolic (or representational) function’. We aimed at establishing a strong urban landmark / social condenser through the combination of an enhanced building programme and a memorable architectural form at the point where Neapoli – Sykies is most visible from downtown and greater Thessaloniki. Two main concepts are introduced: 1. ‘Programmatic mutation’ (describing the continuous mutation of the functions brief) and 2. ‘Compact layering’ (describing the massing strategy of the project.) ‘Programmatic mutation’ is fully achieved by the addition of an exercise-and-training room suite and several adjustments made so that the ‘programmatic mutation’ suggested be fully operative.

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The building mass consists of a white stucco ‘protruding prism’ superimposed on a solid natural stone ‘compact socle’, following familiar vernacular precedents and, also, the Acropolis. The ‘protruding prism’ houses classrooms and a large double-height open-air cantilevered loggia commanding a magnificent 240-degree view, a memorable image for the complex. The ‘compact socle’ encloses several function rooms and disguises the huge volume of the gymnasium as a retaining wall. The new scheme, despite its size, has a smaller footprint of built and paved areas in comparison to its predecessor. As proposed, it fulfills high standards of ‘green’ design.


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MULTIFUNCTIONAL CENTER KREFELD HOUSING AND COMMERCIAL BUILDING COMPLEX LOCATION: KREFELD, GERMANY ACREAGE: 5000 m2 ARCITECT: DeZwarteHond CLIENT: Krefelder Bau GmbH PARTNERS: office 03 TEAM: ROTTMANN MATTHIAS (PROJECT LEADER), PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS, REINHARDT MARLENE, VRIJLAND RICHARD, WEND CAROLINE YEAR: JANUARY 2016

Designed for Krefelder Bau GmbH, this multi-purpose centre will house a mix of offices, restaurants, residences, healthcare, and retail in a location characterised by the presence of both large building blocks and small-scale housing. The difference in scales, combined with the complexity of the building plot, demanded a differentiated design approach. The design by De Zwarte Hond and Office 03 comprises a combination of individually separate volumes that nonetheless manage to present themselves as a unit. The diversity unites the various scales of the surrounding buildings and ensures that each function has its own distinguishable place within the whole. The mall passing through it makes the large complex easier to take in and provides air and space.

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Having been subdivided into individual volumes, the complex lends itself to custom solutions. Along the Ostwall, volumes have been shifted in relation to each other to create a wide, two storeys high entrance to the mall. Along the Neuer Linner Straße, the five storeys high volume provides a solid corner marker, and along the Petersstraße the receding blocks have created room for terraces.


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MASTERPLAN

FRONT VIEW & DETAILED SECTION

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PAVILION OF CURIOSITIES COOK8 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION TEAM: ALEXANDROS CHAREAS, GIORGIS PAPANASTASATOS, GEORGINA VARTHALI YEAR: JANUARY 2018

Hestia In antiquity “Hestia” had a twofold meaning. In a non-physical level Hestia was worshipped as the goddess of house and family, her sacred symbol being the circle, the geometric element of centricity and stability. In a natural level Hestia, or more commonly “estia” was the core of the household, the fireplace around which the family and guests used to gather. The cause In architectural context, the pavilion is a space of rest and pleasure. It is a semi-outdoor structure which is either an extrusion of a larger building, or a free-standing structure which sits on an urban or natural environment. The proposal is a gateway pavilion, an interior space for the collective preparation and consumption of food around a center, an archetypal practice indissolubly linked with the arousal of culinary sensations. A ritual is created, where everyone can contribute and share.

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The space In the pavilion, the core of food preparation and consumption are designed as a unity. The ritualistic quality of the center, transfigures into a happening, where the acts of preparation, cooking and sharing of food create a performance in the space. A heated, sandy surface which is placed in the center of the plan, allows for the simultaneous preparation of different meals, while the temperature is adjusted on how deep the utensils are placed in it. The core is surrounded by objects which serve supplementary uses, and are put in display, as expository items in a cabinet of curiosities. The items are framed by a frosted glass skeleton which emphasizes the innerness of the space, filtering the outside views. The spatial link between object-uses and the relation between indoor-outdoor environment shape a modern ritual on the altar of collective gastronomy.


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PERSPECTIVE PLAN

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SECTION

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PERSEPHONE’S ARK & GARDEN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO SUPERVISING PROFESSOR: SPANOMARIDIS ATHANASIOS TEAM: HOUSSEIN IASON, PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS ACADEMIC YEAR: 2014-2015

This course required the students to create a cultural hub, a reasearch centre as well as a public park in the city of Patras, Greece. The site, in its vast size, is located in the seaside zone and hosts a number of uses: an underused green space, an open space parking lot, St. Andrew’s church, the patron saint of the city, an archaeological site in the churches surroundings and St. Andrew’s railway station. The concept draws its inspiration from the chinese enclosed garden. It includes the creation of a garden, which sits in a lower level than that of the city, and a building complex, the so called “ark”, enclosing the first which blocks the garden’s view from the exterior environment.

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In order to access the garden, one needs to pass through one of the several entrance points, which are located in its periphery. The garden itself consits of a network of pathways and waterways between the built environment and the garden. As far as the architectural programme is concerned, a new railway station, a marina and a newly excavated archaeological monument are incorporated in the general scheme, along with cultural and research facilities.


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eV-olive-ing eVolo SKYSCRAPER COMPETITION OPEN INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL COMPETITION TEAM: CHAREAS ALEXANDROS, GIASSIA GEORGINA, GIOTAKOU ANNA, HOUSSEIN IASON, LIAPTSI KATERINA, PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS SUPERVISING PROFESSOR: PATRONIS YANNIS YEAR: 2014

Our proposal for the 2014 eVolo skyscraper competition, was the design of a prototype olive-processing unit. Our interest laid in highlighting the importance of olive and the leading role it plays for human health. Five units are placed in waterfront locations with edgy cliffs across the wider Mediterranean area, creating a network of commercial interest. The core of the building is formed along the z axis and plays the role of the production unit, based on the stages of olive processing. The top level is used as the insertion point of the raw material through a helipad, while the lowest as the export point, via a small port. Around the cyclindrical shaft, a system of glass fragments hosts educational or research labs and temporary dwellings.

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The building’s energy role draws inspiration from the olive tree itself. The coronation of the skyscraper is used to collect solar energy through solar cells, while its base sits underwater and collects power through hydroelectric energy.


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ATHENS LIVING HILL ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO SUPERVISING PROFESSOR: DRAGONAS PANOS TEAM: GIASSIA GEORGINA, PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS ACADEMIC YEAR: 2013-2014

In this studio we were tasked to design a multifunctional building of co-working and public spaces, apartments and also incorporate an urban agriculture space for the residents. The site is located in the district of Elaionas in the city of Athens, Greece. The surrounding is a combination of light-industry buildings, warehouses, as well as modern apartmens and lofts. The main volume of the structure is elevated and a public space is created on the ground floor which acts in a complementary manner with the public library and the restaurant. The first floor is an open plan co-working space and the residences are located in the upper levels in various dwelling typologies.

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Four vertical shafts disrupt the main volume and act as elements of insolation, ventilation and circulation. The roof is inclined in a way so that one can walk from the ground floor to the top and consists of agricultural beds, so that the residents can grow basic agricultural products.


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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1ST FLOOR PLAN

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION A-A’

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CONTACT

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PAPANASTASATOS GIORGIS, ARCHITECT address: Agiou Nikolaou, Marousi, Athens, Greece, 15122 email: gpap.arch@gmail.com mobile: +30 6979305483

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Giorgis Papanastasatos - Graduate Architect Portfolio  

2014 - 2018 Selected Architectural Projects

Giorgis Papanastasatos - Graduate Architect Portfolio  

2014 - 2018 Selected Architectural Projects

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