Architect Engineer (National Technical University of Athens) · Visual Artist (Athens School of Fine Arts)
Giannis Giannoutsos was born in Agrinio, Greece in 1986. He is an Architect (N.T.U.A. 2005-2011) and Visual Artist (A.S.F.A. 2011-2018). During his university years, he received the “Award for the Advancement of Science and the Arts” by the Thomaidion Foundation of the N.T.U.A. While studying Architecture he attended drawing and painting courses in Theodoros Pantos’ Workshop. Having won a scholarship by the State Scholarships Foundation, he completed his Master Degree in 2015 as part of the N.T.U.A. post-graduate program “Planning - Space - Culture”. During his doctoral research he explored the common ground between Architecture and the Process of Visual Composition (Department of Architecture, N.T.U.A. 2016-2020).
His contribution into the wider community of researchers and creative artists is unfailingly expressed through his participation in both Panhellenic and international architecture and visual arts exhibitions and conferences. He has further taken part in prestigious Panhellenic architectural Competitions and received several awards.
Since 2016 he has been teaching Architectural planning design in the Department of Architecture of the University of Thessaly, Volos and since 2017 he has been teaching Architectural planning design in the Department of Architecture of the University of Patras. In the years 2014-2015 he worked for N.T.U.A. as a research associate in the field of architectural composition. In 2015 he established his own architectural office and studio in the center of Athens.
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