Andreas A. Nikolovgenis received the Diploma in Architecture from the University of Patras (2013, summa cum laude) and the MArch II from the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University (2015) as an "Andreas Mentzelopoulos" fellow. He was also the recipient of "Gerondelis" and "Phoutrides Memorial" fellowships. He is Assistant Professor of Architecture and Urban Design in the Department of Architecture, University of Ioannina where he teaches since 2017. He is Associate in Architecture and Member of the Interdisciplinary Advisory Comittee of the Centre for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University (2021–). He served as a Teaching Assistant at the Master in Architecture and Urban Design Program "Mediterranean Futures" sponsored by the Department of Architecture, University of Patras (2016¬2020). He was the assistant-to-the-editor for "Tourism Landscapes: Remaking Greece" (Y. Aesopos, ed.), the publication of the Greek participation to the 14th Venice Biennale and assistant-to-the-curator for the homonymous exhibition in Athens (2015). He is a PhD candidate at the Department of Architecture, University of Patras (2019–) conducting research on the future of Greece's countryside. His architecture practice, founded in 2016 in Athens, has been awarded and published.
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