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> Point Supreme

Point Supreme Architects was founded in Rotterdam in 2008 by Konstantinos Pantazis and Marianna Rentzou and is now based in Athens. Their work integrates research, architecture, urbanism, landscape and urban design.

Konstantinos Pantazis studied architecture at the National Technical University Athens (2002), and did a Master of Excellence in Architecture at The Berlage Institute Rotterdam (2002-2005). He has worked for a variety of offices in Athens and abroad including: MVRDV in Rotterdam (2007-08), Altoon and Porter in Amsterdam (2006), 51N4E in Brussels (2005), Farjadi Farjadi in London (2004), OΜΑ-Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam (2003-04), Yushi Uehara in Amsterdam (2003) and Jun Aoki in Tokyo (2002), He currently teaches at Patras University.

Marianna Rentzou studied architecture at the National Technical University Athens (2002), and  did a Master of Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London (2003-2004) followed by further studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven with Droog Designers . Following working in Athens she worked for MVRDV in Rotterdam (2005-2006) and OMA - Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam (2005, & 2007-2008). At OMA she worked on a diverse range of large scale projects in the Middle East and led the Dubai Creek theatre and ‘Dubai Next’ in Basel.

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> Riccardo Lopes

Riccardo Lopes graduated in Architecture in Naples in 1986, post-degree he attended Berlin SommerAkademie für Architektur and obtained a scholarship at Escola Superior de Belas Artes in Porto. He is engaged in Arts and new tech education, with experiences in virtual and augmented reality.

Cameracronica Contributors
> Antonella Mari

Antonella Mari (Bari,1966), graduated with honors from the University La Sapienza of Rome and from Columbia University in New York, where she took a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design. In 2001 she was the recipient of the Fulbright Fellowship in Fine Arts at American Academy in Rome. She founded the office AAM44architettura, combining professional practice, teaching and research activity. While intending architecture as a tool of interpretation of reality, her investigation focuses on the phenomenological aspects of space in its relationship with natural and artificial environment.


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> Giacinto Cerviere Vortex_A

Vortex_A is an architectural practice headed by Giacinto Cerviere. His works focus on theoretical aspects of the great utopias from architecture to engineering of the 20th c., until to the visionary potential of marginal areas and to the complex problems of urban systems. Cerviere graduated in 1998 from the Faculty of Architecture of Naples "Federico II". In March 1999 he received a Ph.D. in Architectural Design, to conduct a long historical-critical research on Antonio Sant'Elia. In 2002-04 he was  Postdoc researcher studying the historical relationship between the architecture and the theoretical 20th c. avant-garde.
In 2009 Cerviere was selected for a special issue of Domus magazine of the new generation of Italian architects. In 2011 he was a contributor in the catalogue of the Italian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. In September has exhibited in Tokyo and Toronto in the exhibition "Italy Now" at the UIA World Congress. In 2011-12 he was invited at Festarch of Perugia. Cerviere has been Adjunct Professor at several southern Italy universities. In 2014 he received the Italian Qualification as Associate Professor in Architectural Design. Cerviere is editor of Cameracronica Magazine. In 2015 Cerviere founded Oil Forest League, the first Free school of design and environment, inspired by Spanish anarchist schools.

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> Eleanna Horiti

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