Klimis Aslanidis: Lecturer

Klimis Aslanidis has studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens (1992–1998) and conservation of historic buildings at the University of York (1999–2000). He holds a doctorate from the University of Patras in the field of Byzantine architecture (2014).


As a freelance architect, mostly in cooperation with Christina Pinatsi, he has worked on several conservation projects, for ancient, medieval, and post-medieval listed buildings and monuments, including churches, houses, and fortifications, all over Greece.  Since 2003 he has also been responsible for the restoration of the auditorium of the ancient Theatre of Dionysos on the southern slope of the Acropolis, a project of the Greek Ministry of Culture.


He has published papers, most of which are related to Byzantine and post-Byzantine architecture.

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