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Greek and Turkish Architects in Exhibition in Thessaloniki

The 1st Diploma Thesis Projects’ exhibition is organized by the Department of Architecture of the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki in collaboration with the Department of Architecture of ITU. This exhibition is being held after continuous collaboration between the Turkish and the Greek Departments. The exhibition will showcase 100 projects, 50 from each Department.
The main purpose of this exhibition is to demonstrate the collaborative way and multiple dimensions of teaching and research of architectural design. The selection of these particular projects has been made by Professors from both Departments.
The exhibition is intended to contribute to the comprehension of teaching and research, taking place in both Departments of Architecture.
The exhibition’s organizing commitee members include:
George Papakostas, Professor, President of the Department of Architecture of AUTH
Vilma Chastaoglou-Martinidi, Professor of the Department of Architecture of AUTH
Titi Papadopoulou, Department of Architecture of AUTH
Fani Vavili, Department of Architecture of AUTH
OrhanHacihasanoğlu, Professor of the Department of Architecture of I.T.U
GülsünSağlamer, Professor of the Department of Architecture of I.T.U
NuranZerenGülersoy, Professor of the Department of Architecture of I.T.U
FatmaErkök, Assistant Professor of the Department of Architecture of I.T.U
The exhibition began on the 6th of October and will stay open till the 7th of November at Apothiki, Thessaloniki Port.


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