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dimitris kalergis

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Dimitris Kalergis is an Architect and Object Designer, who takes an imaginative approach to his work with residential properties, historic buildings and hotel design in addition to his passion for the design and creation of unique forms devised to add style, distinction and interest to an array of otherwise mundane everyday objects. With extensive experience in the practical application of his skills and knowledge, he also has a creditable academic history, which includes his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture at the University of Plymouth and a Diploma in Architecture from the University of Nottingham (UK). His Master’s degree in Urban Planning and City Development from the University of Thessaly (Greece) further support the caliber of his daily work and ensure that his technical knowledge combined with his creativity culminate in a comprehensive portfolio of distinguished designs and successful building projects. Dimitris is also a Registered Architect in the United Kingdom. 

 

His PhD thesis was on the role of architecture in the process of place image-ability, place distinctiveness and place identity, within the framework of environmental psychology. He is currently working with the University of Thessaly as a researcher and visiting lecturer to the Department of Planning and Regional Development, teaching Architectural Design. His work with a variety of building types and his design of objects are characterized by an approach, which is driven by his appreciation of blending nature with functionality and is inspired by the diversity of wood and sustainable materials at hand, which can be worked into a variety of shapes that may reflect natural occurrences. Dimitris’s professionalism coupled with his instinctive appreciation of his client’s needs has enabled him to attain an impressive track record of successful projects, which have fully met and often exceeded his client’s requirements, some of which are showcased in the following pages.