Nikolaos Anastasopoulos

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Doctoral Thesis, National Technical University of Athens, 2013

Thesis title: “Environmental Management, Sustainability and Alternative Social and Living Formations“

Yale University, Master of Architecture, Post Professional Program, 1985.

School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, Bachelor of Architecture, 1982.

Ερευνητικά Ενδιαφέροντα: 
  • Environmental management, alternative forms of social and living formations.
  • Sustainability, resilience, participatory and holistic design.
  • Εcology, systems and complexity theory with emphasis to the urban environment.
  • The urban condition,  public space, the commons, architecture and the political.

Nicholas Anastasopoulos, PhD is a researcher architect and academic, lecturer at NTUA, Athens. (Undergraduate studies in architecture, NTUA. MArch, Yale U).  PhD in alternative communities and sustainability (NTUA).  His work addresses aspects of sustainability, spatial expressions of the commons, in architecture and social structures, alternative communities, future alternatives, systems, complexity, and participation. His critical research “Imagining alternative futures for Ports in transition” assembling a group of researchers and activists worldwide formed part of the official program of Habitat III (10/2016, Quito).

Co-founder of the not-for-profit organization, TREE and the Koino-Athina, member of the P2P Foundation. Has served as President of the Marathon National Park in Greece, and is involved in activist movements on the commons worldwide, a topic for which he has lectured and written widely. As a Prometeo Researcher, (IAEN, Quito, Ecuador, 3-12/2014) he contributed with policy papers for the FLOK Society project and he conducted research on sustainability, Buen Vivir and the management of the commons, and their impact on urban environments. Initiated the first Erasmus+ collaboration beyond Europe (8-10/2016), with the MDUT unit of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador (PUCE) and realized together with two NTUA students and a multi-disciplinary team a workshop in an earthquake-struck community of Chamanga on the Pacific coast. 

Has also taught at Parsons School of Design, Department of Architecture and Environmental Design, the New School for Social Research (NYC) and at Patras University. 



During the current academic year, this person is a tutor in the following courses:

Undergraduate Courses
2nd Semester
7th Semester
Postgraduate Programme "Architecture - Spatial Design" - Division A: "Architectural Design - Space - Culture"