Posts by Author: Georgia Syriop

hortus conclusus: proposal for administration building encloses garden sanctuary in elefsina, greece


papalampropoulos and syriopoulou reformulate the topology of the existing vegetation in order to define an internal landscape, which acts as a sanctuary for rest and meditation.

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leonidas papalampropoulos’ symbiotic office complex in athens re-organizes public life


the design proposal relies on the notion of mutualism, according to which two dissimilar organisms during their long-term biological engagement develop a mutually beneficial relationship.

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leonidas papalampropoulos’ proposal for seoul’s riverfront draws upon a spiral shape


the fictional submarine of jules vernes provides the conceptual framework for the reformation of seoul's riverfront.

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papalampropoulos’ new museum brings art to life in the cultural district of nicosia


the design is based upon the necessity of an enclosed program, the museum, and the openness of a green recreational area, the garden, that connects the public space from pedieos river to the old city center.

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papalampropoulos syriopoulou imagines former greek cemetery transformed into public event space


referencing the theories of giambattista nolli, this proposal sees the ambition revitalization of a former cemetery into an expansive public amenity.

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‘the picnic project’ suggests a series of fantastical architectural interventions in greece


'the picnic project' focuses on issues of re-appropriation of nature in the post-industrial era, and suggests a collection of architectural projects in the area that play on this theme.

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leonidas papalampropoulos proposes to restore kaliningrad’s center historical value


the proposal consists of a museum complex that appropriates the notion of knowledge used in anatomical theaters in order to restore historical time and reactivate the public realm.

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