Maria Voyatzaki
Professor, Auth

Dimitris Gourdoukis is a PhD Graduate at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, where he is teaching classes on digital media and design. He studied architecture at Washington University in St. Louis (Master in Architecture, with Honors, 2007) and at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Diploma in Architecture, with Honors, 2004). He was a Lecturer at Washington University, where he taught core digital media, advanced digital media and digital fabrication classes. In 2006 he founded object-e architecture, as a research platform on issues of architecture, computation and experimental design. He has won prizes in numerous international competitions (Steedman 2010, D.Areopagitou 2008, WINYC 2008, SUS 2007, St Louis Follies 2007, Komvos 2004) His work has received several awards (WA Awards 2008, Surface AvantGuardian 2007, WUSTL Drawing Award 2007, KRob 2006) and has been published, exhibited and presented at conferences internationally. Dimitris is a Principal Architect at Arcanoid, Thessaloniki. He was a Design Associate at Axi:Ome, St Louis from 2005 to 2008.



Dimitris Gourdoukis
Teaching Expert at AD:ITAD

Ermis Adamantidis is a registered architect in Greece. After graduating from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – School of Architecture with distinction, he joined Foster + Partners in London and Madrid for two years where he was involved in large scale projects for Seoul, Paris, Doha and Mecca. Ermis holds an MSc in Adaptive Architecture & Computation from the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL. His unit projects ‘Sound as Interface’ and ‘Siphonophore’ have been presented at MediaCity – Weimar, Europrix Multimedia Awards – Graz and CAADRIA 2013 – Singapore and his dissertation ‘CNCatenary’ was published in FABRICATE2011 following the conference at the Bartlett School of Architecture. He is co-founder of Not A Number Architects based in Thessaloniki, a design practice focusing on how immaterial, digital processes can resonate with the physical world in various scales and cultural environments.


Ermis Adamantidis
NANA Founder Architect, Teaching Assistant

Dominiki Dadatsi finished her studies as an architectural engineer at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with honors in June, 2005. Part of her studies were completed at Paris Nantere X (Department of Urban planning and spatial development), in Paris, as a scholar of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In 2007 she got her masters degree, titled Parametric urbanism – Adaptive Ecologies (MArch in Architecture & Urbanism _AADRL), at the Architectural Association in London. She has been a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE) since October, 2005. She has won prizes at international competitions (EVOLO skyscraper international architectural competition, WA Community 20+10+X Architecture Awards) and her work has been repeatedly published by the international press (AD, The Architect’s Journal, Models, Archicreation, Wettbewerbe Aktuell, L’ Arca, Tatlin etc). She has participated in international architectural exhibitions and conferences (“index_arch[gr]”- EASA , “Non-Specific Urbanism” – ICA, DRL Ten , S.H.O.W – AA) . During the years 2007-2010 she worked as an architect at “Zaha Hadid Architects” in London, on industrial design, building and urban scale projects. She currently is collaborating with ΚΤΙΡΙΟ and Close up magazines, writing architectural and design articles. Her research interests are focused on digital design process, using analog and digital material systems.

Dominiki Dadatsi
NANA Founder Architect, Teaching Assistant

Katerina Saraptzian holds a diploma degree in Architecture at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) with honours and a postgraduate MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation(AAC) at the The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, UCL.  She has been a registered architect in Greece as a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece since 2009, and after then she has been working as a freelance architect in Greece. She has participated in international exhibitions and conferences (Fabricate 2010, EN{code} D exhibition (Bartlett School of Graduate Studies), Scaleless-Seamless|Performing a Less Fragmented Architecture and Education in Munster 2012) as well as several workshops (ASICUP| Thessaloniki 2008, AA Athens Visiting School|Athens 2012, Hosting the Other|Thessaloniki 2013). She has had a collaborations with magazines such as Greek Architects by writing architectural and design articles. Currently, she is a PhD Candidate and an teaching assistant in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki with interests in evolutionary & algorithmic design, structural design computation and material and self-organizing systems.

Katerina Saraptzian
PhD Candidate, Teaching Assistant