Professor of History of Architecture and Theory of Visual Reception
Iakovos Potamianos holds a B.A. in Architecture from the School of Architecture, of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, an M.A. in Architecture from the California Polytechnic State University and a PhD. in Architectural Theory from the University of Michigan. He has taught history and theory of architecture, architectonics of lightening, and architectural design at the Universities of Michigan, North Dakota, the Democritus University of Thrace. He is also a regular contributor to the inter-departmental postgraduate program in architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. His publications include, among others, the book: Light and Lightening in the Byzantine Church (in greek), and several specialized articles in international research periodicals, conference proceedings et al. A student and a translator of Rudolf Arnheim into greek, Potamianos focuses in his teaching and research on issues relating to the phenomenological perception of space, i.e. the philosophy and the poetics of space as perceived by the human eye.
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