Constantinos Miltiadis

Finland (residence) °1986
research interests: architecture, virtual environments, real-time interaction, spatiotemporal environments, Spatial Audio, philosophy, game studies, virtual reality
affiliation: Department of Design, Department of Architecture; Aalto University

Constantinos Miltiadis is a transdisciplinary architect. His main research focuses on virtual spatiotemporal environments as a means of expanding the scope of architecture and its aesthetics. He has studied architecture at NTU-Athens, at the Chair for Computer Aided Architectural Design of ETH Zurich, and pursued studies in computer music at the Institute of Electronic Music of Kunst Uni Graz. His work has been presented in exhibitions, seminars, published in academic conferences as well as by international press, and received awards in international competitions. He has taught creative programming and experimental computation in academic contexts, as well as in conferences and art festivals. In addition, he was founder and curator of the “IAM Open Lectures” (2015-2019) and co-founder of “Tabletalks on Architecture” as well as of the experimental electronic music event series . Between 2015 and 2019 he was assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture and Media of TU Graz. Currently, he is a research fellow between the Department of Design and Department of Architecture of Aalto ARTS, conducting research on experience in inconstructible environments. 

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