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Doxiade's theory
Kostas Tsiambaos, Dr. architect NTUA

This paper highlights the relationship between Constantinos Doxiadis’ dissertation – which analyses architectural space in ancient Greece using a system of visual angles – and Pikionis’ drawings where he uses the same system of visual angles in order to organize architectural space. 

kostastsiambaos@gmail.com

5/01/2011
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Acropolis’ harmonic traces according to Doxiadis (Source: Kyrtsis, A. A. (ed.) Constantinos Doxiadis, Athens: Ikaros, 2006)
Perspective sketch from Doxiadis’ dissertation (Source: Kyrtsis, A. A. (ed.) Constantinos Doxiadis, Athens: Ikaros, 2006)
Pikionis’ sketch from Attica (Source: Pikionis, Zografika, v. 2, Athens: Indiktos, 1997)
Pikionis’ sketch from Attica (Source: Pikionis, Zografika, v. 2, Athens: Indiktos, 1997)
Harmonic traces in the pavement outside St. Demetrius church.
Benches “looking” towards Acropolis.
The view to acropolis when sitting.
Semi cyclical benches in Filopappou hill.
The harmonic traces in the pavement in Filothei garden