'The School of Athens' is the theme of the Greece Pavilion for the Biennale Architettura di Venezia 2018

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Curators
Xristina Argyros and Ryan Neiheiser
Date
May 26th - November 25th 2018
Venue
Greece Pavilion.- Biennale Architettura 2018, Venice, Italy

Xristina Argyros

Xristina Argyros is an architect, urban designer, teacher, and writer. She received her Masters degree in the spring of 2013 from the Yale University School of Architecture after earning her Bachelor of Arts and Architecture degree from Princeton University in 2009. Argyros is the co-founding partner of NEIHEISER ARGYROS, a London based architecture practice with projects in Europe and the United States of America. Prior to this, she worked at a number of award winning firms, including the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in New York City, Ateliers Jean Nouvel in Paris, and WORKac in New York City. Argyros has taught at Yale University, the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University, and has been teaching a design studio at the Architectural Association in London since 2016. She is a licensed architect in Greece.

Xristina Argyros and Ryan Neiheiser are currently editing a book titled “The School of Athens” which more specifically examines Athens and the possible role academic institutions can have in reinvigorating and reshaping the city.

Ryan Neiheiser

Ryan Neiheiser is an architect, urban designer, engineer, teacher, artist, writer, and editor. He received his Masters degree in 2008 from the Princeton University School of Architecture and holds a dual Bachelors degree in Engineering and Art from Swarthmore College. Neiheiser is the co-founding partner of NEIHEISER ARGYROS, a London based architecture practice with projects in Europe and the United States of America. He was an Associate at Diller Scofidio + Renfro and has worked at a number of award winning firms, including the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam, Julien de Smedt (JDS) Architects in Brussels, and KieranTimberlake in Philadelphia. He has taught master’s level thesis at Princeton University and has been teaching design studios at the Architectural Association in London since 2014. He is a co-founder of the architecture publication, Another Pamphlet, was a co-editor of the book, Agenda: Can We Sustain Our Ability to Crisis? (Actar, 2010), and has published articles in New Geographies, Bidoun, and Pidgin.

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