Staff

School of Architecture - Technical University of Crete

Skoutelis Nikolaos

Professor

Architectural design, Site, Landscape and Environment

Short biographical note

Born in Heraklion of Crete (1962). Graduated from I.U.A.V. – Venice (1987). Phd N.T.U.A. (2006) - diatribe theme «The network of city-forts in the sea-state of Venice. Interventions and challenges for the cities of the eastern Mediterranean during the 16th-17th c.»
Has worked, in collaboration with Flavio Zanon, in Venice from July 1987 and in Heraklion since 1993 on public and private projects, at the same time participating in architectural competitions. Key works: Eleftherias Square Heraklion (1993-99); proposal for the restoration and reuse of the western Venetian arsenals in Heraklion (1994-96); national resistance monument in Damasta, Heraklion (1996); planning of the seaside front in Stalida, Mallia (2002); Grypareion cultural center, Mykonos(2002-04); planning of the seaside front in Sissi - Milatos (2010) private residences and smaller public buildings in Crete and Chios.
Theoretical works concern: architecture and the city of the renaissance; the theory of restoration and the contribution of history as a tool in architectural composition.
Since the academic year 2005 – 06 he has been teaching Architectural Design in the Department of Architecture of the Technical University of Crete, where he was elected associate professor in October 2007.

Full CV

Courses

Optional Courses

  • Interior Space 2008-09 and 2009-10 (8th)
  • Equipping Interior Living Spaces 2009 -2010 winter semester(7th)
  • Vernacular Architecture and Country Settlements 2010 – 2011 winter semester (7th)
  • Garden Design and Botanical Elements 2010-11 spring semester (8th)

Research Interests

  • The Historic landscape
  • Especially the renaissance city, the cultural landscape in Greece, the historical gardens
  • The network of settlements

External links

www.skoutelis-zanon.gr

Contact

tel. (+30) 28210 37120, 2810 300487
email: nskoutelis@isc.tuc.gr

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