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Konstantinos Ioannidis

http://www.aaiko.no

Tjuvholmen Alle 3, Oslo, Norway
Konstantinos Ioannidis is an architect, academic and practitioner. He received his Doctoral Degree from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. He is the co-founder of the Norwegian studio aaiko arkitekter, an Oslo-based award winning architecture practice with interest in projects that escape from the comfort of normative. The award winning design projects of the office have been presented in architectural exhibitions in Greece and Scandinavia.

Architecture in Post-Digital Humanities


one more oxymoron?

Architecture in Post-Digital Humanities


one more oxymoron?
Transdisciplinary thought invested in the engagement of architecture with the technologies of the digital world

This effort presents a research platform into the transdisciplinary thought invested in the engagement of architecture with the technologies of the digital world, exploring the relatively unacknowledged issue of the Digital Index. The project is implemented in two stages, namely the theoretical inquiry of architecture’s displacement from the Euclidean space to the digital landscape and such a displacement’s engagement with the humanities. The effort is instigated by the impacts of a studia humanitatis of this metathesis - a rhetoric way to describe the above mentioned transposition of percepts within the different spaces, the analog and the digital. Indexing Architecture maps the literacy in inquiring, interpreting and developing the cognitive basis for exhibiting architecture through immaterial museums-as-indexes, exploring the complicity of humanities with the complexity of visual representation in digital environments.


Architecture in Post-Digital Humanities


one more oxymoron?

Architecture in Post-Digital Humanities


one more oxymoron?
Transdisciplinary thought invested in the engagement of architecture with the technologies of the digital world

This effort presents a research platform into the transdisciplinary thought invested in the engagement of architecture with the technologies of the digital world, exploring the relatively unacknowledged issue of the Digital Index. The project is implemented in two stages, namely the theoretical inquiry of architecture’s displacement from the Euclidean space to the digital landscape and such a displacement’s engagement with the humanities. The effort is instigated by the impacts of a studia humanitatis of this metathesis - a rhetoric way to describe the above mentioned transposition of percepts within the different spaces, the analog and the digital. Indexing Architecture maps the literacy in inquiring, interpreting and developing the cognitive basis for exhibiting architecture through immaterial museums-as-indexes, exploring the complicity of humanities with the complexity of visual representation in digital environments.



Idea by

Konstantinos Ioannidis
Tjuvholmen Alle 3
Oslo
Norway
Konstantinos Ioannidis is an architect, academic and practitioner. He received his Doctoral Degree from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. He is the co-founder of the Norwegian studio aaiko arkitekter, an Oslo-based award winning architecture practice with interest in projects that escape from the comfort of normative. The award winning design projects of the office have been presented in architectural exhibitions in Greece and Scandinavia.