Introduction
Elia Zenghelis (Born 1937, Athens, Greece) is a Greek architect and teacher. He studied architecture at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, completing his studies in 1961. From 1961 to 1971 he worked for architects Douglas Stephen and Partners, London, while also (from 1963) teaching at the Architectural Association. Zenghelis became a prominent teacher at the school for introducing more radical avant-gardism into the curriculum. From 1971 to 1975 Zenghelis collaborated with various architects in London, Paris and New York: Georges Candilis, Michael Carapetian, Aristeides Romanos, Rem Koolhaas, O.M. Ungers and Peter Eisenman.
Wikidata
Q1658487
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Introduction
Zenghelis has been the architect with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in London since 1975. British architect, born in Greece, since 1975 architect with Office for Metropolitan Architecture, London; since 1987 partner with Eleni Gigantes in Athens and Düsseldorf.
Nationalities
British, Greek
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect
Name
Elia Zenghelis
Ulan
500112396
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