Aristide Antonas, Athens, is an architect and a writer with a PhD in Philosophy (Nanterre Paris X), associate professor of architecture (Volos School of Architecture, University of Thessaly, Greece), co-curator for the Greek Pavillion, Venice Biennale 2004, co-founder of Built Event, spatial practices for architecture, art, curating and urbanism, presented in the Barcelona Landscape Biennale 2006, Sao Paulo Biennale of Architecture 2007 and Galleria Contemporaneo in Mestre, Italy, in 2008. Antonas office has constructed vacation houses and interiors in Greece and functions also as a research studio, dealing with no commissioned work. Two books printed in Greece on both built and research work. He lectured extensively at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Instituto Universitario de Architetura de Venezia (IUAV), Architectural Association, London (AA) and the University of Cyprus Program of Architecture. Aristide Antonas is the writer of six literature books in Greece as well as two theater plays performed by Éclats d'États, France.