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Georgina Pantazopoulou (she/her) is an architect, designer and researcher currently living and working between Belgium and The Netherlands. She graduated from Royal Academy of Art, the Hague with a MA in Interior Architecture (2022) and she holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Patras (M.Arch, 2018). Her research and design practice are centered on contemporary Interior Architecture pedagogies, focusing on challenging and redefining the dynamics of sociability, conviviality, familiarity, creativity, and imagination within domestic spaces through the lens of an intersectional feminist perspective. She is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Antwerp in the Interior Architecture Department supervised by prof. dr. ir.-arch. Els De Vos and part of the Henry van de Velde research Group.

Favourite (interior) architecture project

Petralona House by Point Supreme (Athens/GR). The house promotes a sense of craftsmanship in the small scale incorporating familiar elements and objects, establishing a connection to the city and the specificity of the neighborhood and inspiring a rich and social daily life. The house design is flexible and inclusive, breaking conventional hierarchies and blending architecture seamlessly with furniture and objects.

Contact & Links

Campus Mutsaard, Mutsaardstraat 31 - 2000 Antwerpen - België