The House of the Sorceress: Wandering about the ‘60s
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2011
Post Graduate Loft Space, Department of Architecture, Pedion Areos, Volos
Dimitris Antonakakis was born in Chania, Crete in 1933. He graduated from the School of Architecture of NTUA in 1958, where he continued teaching until 1992. Since 1958 he has been working together with Susana Antonakaki with whom he co-founded Atelier 66. He has been a prominent member of the Association of Greek Architects and of the teaching staff of the International Design Seminar at the School of Architecture of TU Delft and in 1988 in Split, invited by Herman Herzberger. Since 1995 he is a member of Academie d' Architecture in France and since 1998 an honorary member of the Association of Architects in Crete. He has been teaching as visiting professor in MIT, in NTUA, in the Department of Architecture of the University of Patras. He is the director of the Center of Mediterranean Architecture in Chania, Crete.