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Elena Efeoglou

http://elenaefeoglou.weebly.com/

Florina, Greece
Elena Efeoglou born in Drama, Greece. She is a visual artist and photographer based in Greece. She studied Painting in School of Fine Arts, Faculty of Visual and Applied Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and she has an MFA in Photography at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. She participates in exhibitions, conferences and residencies in Greece and abroad. Her artistic interests are in the fields of social photography, architectural photography and memory.

Civic and environmental consciousness


Learning from the past, building for the future.

Civic and environmental consciousness


Learning from the past, building for the future.
Architectural remains of the past could become useful elements and key to a more sustainable future construction

The traditional architecture is experiencing a rebirth.
It has now grown a need for competitive building materials that will consist of sustainable human friendly materials in order to conserve the natural resources.
Traditional materials like earth, clay, cob may be the contemporary building construction materials for sustainable construction based on economic, environmental and social factors.
The challenge is not only the house but how this responds to changing climatic conditions for healthy living environment and the preservation of indoor air quality.


Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Civic and environmental consciousness


Learning from the past, building for the future.

Civic and environmental consciousness


Learning from the past, building for the future.
Architectural remains of the past could become useful elements and key to a more sustainable future construction

The traditional architecture is experiencing a rebirth.
It has now grown a need for competitive building materials that will consist of sustainable human friendly materials in order to conserve the natural resources.
Traditional materials like earth, clay, cob may be the contemporary building construction materials for sustainable construction based on economic, environmental and social factors.
The challenge is not only the house but how this responds to changing climatic conditions for healthy living environment and the preservation of indoor air quality.


Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece

Elena Efeoglou, Α natural traditional way of building construction, Prespa Lakes, Florina, Greece


Idea by

Elena Efeoglou
Florina
Greece
Elena Efeoglou born in Drama, Greece. She is a visual artist and photographer based in Greece. She studied Painting in School of Fine Arts, Faculty of Visual and Applied Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and she has an MFA in Photography at the University of Belgrade, Serbia. She participates in exhibitions, conferences and residencies in Greece and abroad. Her artistic interests are in the fields of social photography, architectural photography and memory.