1980 – 1990

These independent two-storeyed single-family houses are built on a particularly steep plot. Each house constitutes a cell-element of a common entity developing along an inner pedestian street. The whole composition forms an L along the plot boundary, while the unbuilt area has been arranged into a single large garden and a small backyard. [:enteam] Architects: Tassos Biris, Dimitris Biris Collaborating architects: Christina Giovetta, Giorgos Stathopoulos Structural Engineer: Theodoros Voudiklaris Mechanical Engineer: Alexis Kokkinopoulos Designed: 1980 Built: 1986

The asymmetrical crooked undulating skyline of the composition enters into a dialogue with the calm horizontal landscape and the symmetry of the circular Olympic Stadium. In its transversal section, the tiers appear sunken in the ground, while the roof rises above it. [:enteam] Architects: Tassos Biris, Dimitris Biris, Panos Kokkoris

The project consists of researching and designing a small wooden house (approximately 60 sq.m.) for mass production with the possibility of quick and easy assembling. It includes the theoretical and technical analysis of, as well as the complete and detailed design of a small standardised unit-cell with provision for alterations by the users. [:enteam] Architect: Dimitris Biris Collaborating architecture students: Dimitris Antoniou, Kelly Vrettou, Billy Giannoutsou, Kostas Grigoratos

The relatively large volume of the building units (large conference hall, four small conference rooms for committees, administration, auxiliary spaces) against a uniquely sculptural historical landscape, imposed the need for a largely underground proposal. A composition of individual architectural elements on the surface of the ground symbolically expresses the existence of the spaces underneath: a pedestrian street, a sunken circular atrium, a semi-sunken dome, a cistern, light wells and slits. One can stroll or stand among them and around them. In the interior the feeling of the underground space is stressed by lighting from above, air currents in summer and the overall direction towards the dominant sunken area of the conference hall. [:enteam] Architects: Tassos Biris, Dimitris Biris, Panos Kokkoris, Maro Papadopoulou, Miltos Katsaros

[:enteam] Collaborating architect: Eleni Amerikanou Structural engineer: Manolis Giannoulakis Mechanical engineer: Giorgos Christofilis Designed: 1989 Built: 1991

Within the context of educational research activities at the N.T.U.A. these awnings have been designed and constructed in spaces of the univeristy (1979, 1983, 1987, 1991), the construction site of the restoration of the Parthenon (1986), in Pagrati (1986) and on Stadiou Street (1989). These temporary experimental structures served as functional equipment for open-air spaces and they were used for recreational purposes, exhibition etc. [:enteam] Architect: Dimitris Biris Designed-built: 1980-2000