Professor Constantine E. Michaelides

Dean and Professor Emeritus Constantine E. Michaelides (Washington
University in St. Louis), is an architect who has practiced in Greece and the United States. Born in Athens, he received an architecture diploma from the  National Technical University in 1952 and earned an M.Arch. from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design in 1957. He is the author of Hydra: A Greek Island Town – Its Growth and Form, a pioneering study in the examination of vernacular architecture at the scale of a small Aegean town and The Aegean Crucible: Tracing Vernacular Architecture in Post-Byzantine Centuries, a lavishly  illustrated “scholarly guide-book” to the vernacular architecture of the Aegean  archipelago.

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