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Constantine E. Michaelides Constantine E. Michaelides is Dean and Professor Emeritus at the School of Architecture, Washington University in St. Louis. Born in Athens, Greece, he received a Diploma in Architecture from the National Technical University there in 1952, and earned an M.Arch degree from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design in 1957. A Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, he has practiced architecture in Greece and the United States and has lectured on the vernacular widely.

Other Publications on the Aegean Vernacular

  • "Aegean Island Towns: A Current View." In Shelter in Greece. 1972
  • Hydra: A Greek Island Town - Its Growth and Form. 1967.
  • "Hydra: Tourist Economy and Traditional Architecture." In Constructed Meaning: Form and Process in Greek Architecture. 1994-1995.
  • "Observations on Aegean Island Towns." In Architects' Yearbook. Vol. 13, 1970.
  • "Observations of Three Aegean Towns." In Architecture in Greece, Annual Review. 1974.
  • "Site, Place, and Architectonic Form in the Aegean Island Towns." In Islamic Architecture and Urbanism. 1983.

The Aegean Crucible
The Aegean Crucible
Tracing Vernacular Architecture in
Post-Byzantine Centuries
Constantine E. Michaelides, FAIA
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