Ms. Evanthia Dova
Lecturer of Architecture
Telephone: +357 2684 3507
Evanthia Dova holds a Master of Architecture (Yale University, USA, 2000) and is a PhD candidate at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Architecture. She has worked on award-winning projects in architectural offices in both Greece and the U.S.A. and has participated in educational and research programs, exhibitions and conferences in Greece and abroad. She has taught architectural design and synthesis as a lecturer at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki School of Architecture and the School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Crete. Her research interests include issues of housing and dwelling in the city and its periphery.
- PhD in Architecture (in progress), School of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- MArchII (Post-professional degree) in Architecture, Yale University School of Architecture, New Haven, CT, U.S.A.
- Diploma in Architectural Engineering, School of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- 2007-2011 Architect, Tessereis Arhitektones, Architectural Design Studio
- 2007, 2009 Lecturer, School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete, Greece
- 2004 – 2009 Lecturer, School of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS / RESEARCH
- Dova E. (2013). “Organizing public space as a framework for re-thinking the city: Pafos’s bid for the 2017 European Capital of Culture”, in Proceedings of the International Conference on ‘Changing Cities’. Spatial, morphological, formal & socio-economic dimensions. Grafima publications (CD-Rom ed.).
- Karaletsou K., Dova E., Sivitanidou A., (2012). “Spatial narratives: meta-morphosis and re-presentation”, in Grizzo N., Partners Y&R (eds.), Open Air Factory Programme (Pafos 2017 Bid Book Supplement). Pafos: The Municipality of Pafos, pp. 20-23.
- Dova Ε., Proimou Α., Proimos Κ.V. (2011). “From the church square to the American diner”, in ΤΕΕ/ΤΚΜ (ed.). Public Space… Wanted (Conference proceedings) 20-22 October 2011. Thessaloniki: Cannot Not Design Publications, pp. 337-340.
- Vavili F., Dova E., (2009). “Asklepeia: Greece’s first healthcare facilities”, in Vavili F. (ed.), Aspects of Healing Environments. Thessaloniki: Ziti Publications, pp. 137-149
- Dova Ε., Papadiamantopoulos V. (ed.), (2009). Architecture in Extreme Conditions: The Design Studio (2007-2009) – selection of student project for the Seminar “New Trends in Health Facilities”, UIA-PHG, 4-5.11.2009, Buenos Aires. Thessaloniki: School of Architecture, Dept. of Architectural Design and Architectural Technology.
- Vavili F., Dova Ε. (eds.)(2007). Transparency and Architecture: Limits and Challenges. International Conference Proceedings, 1-4 June 2006. Thessaloniki: Ziti Publications.
- Hadjitryfonos Ε. (ed.), Dova Ε. (ass. ed.), (2006). Byzantine Monuments in the Society of Information (multi-lingual CD-ROM and accompanying edition for the “Anna Komnene” project). Thessaloniki: ΕΚΒΜΜ.
- Dova E., Touloumi O., Tentokali E., (2003). “Reading the Periphery: A Story Untold” in Fraser J. (ed.), GenderBound?: Representations of Difference in Environmental Design. Tempe, Arizona: Herberger Center for Design Excellence – College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Arizona State University, pp. 37-39.