Reflections on Greek postwar architecture

3 November 2017 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Reflections on Greek postwar architecture

Greek postwar architecture seen through Panayotis Tsakopoulos’ central focus in eighteen architects and architectural studios. 

A thick book with soft cover, which brings a contrasting feel between a bold statement and something ephemeral. Because of the content’s density and its division into broad yet interlinking circular fields, the page numbering appears at the edge of the pages, working as a coloured thread for navigation even when the book is closed. In the more general part, images are inserted into the text flow, when in the monographs' section, text and images are always separated in right and left page, in order to create constellations of the evolving architectural styles. To facilitate further research, at the end of the book comes a detailed appendix, printed in a more rough paper. 

Creative Direction: Natassa Pappa
Author: Panayotis Tsakopoulos
Kaleidoscope Publications
Book photographed by Giorgos Vitsaropoulos

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Natassa Pappa

I'm a creative director in Athens, Greece

I am a creative director using the city as a source or as a medium, in order to create narratives and experiences through graphic design.

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