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SA+P Spring 2022 Lecture Series 06: Angeliki Sioli
"THE ENDLESS MARVELS OF EVERYDAY LIVING"
Engaging Frederick Kiesler’s writings on his life-long project, "The Endless House," this lecture discusses how to imagine the domestic environment based on the poetic aspects of our everyday habits. In a period when we spend more and more time in our homes, how can Kiesler’s thoughts and intentions reveal marvelous prospects for living?
Angeliki Sioli PhD, is an assistant professor at the Department of Architecture, TU Delft. She obtained her professional diploma in architecture from the University of Thessaly and was granted a post-professional master’s in architectural theory and history by the National Technical University of Athens. She completed her Doctor of Philosophy in the history and theory of architecture at McGill University. She is a registered architect and has worked on projects ranging from residential and office buildings to the design of small-scale objects and books. Her research seeks connections between architecture and literature in the public realm of the city, focusing on aspects of embodied perception of place in the urban environment. She has edited the collected volume The Sound of Architecture: Acoustic Atmospheres of Space (Leuven University Press, 2022) and Reading Architecture: Literary Imagination and Architectural Experience (Routledge, 2018). Before joining TU Delft, Sioli taught both undergraduate and graduate courses at McGill University, in Montreal; Tec de Monterrey, in Mexico; and Louisiana State University in the U.S.
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