For more than forty years, the late architect, professor at the School of Fine Arts and academician Paul Mylonas (1915-2005) had systematically photographed and drawn both neoclassical and eclectic as well as humble popular buildings of Athens. This bilingual edition, highlights the drawings, photographs and texts of the distinguished architect, enhanced through the results of resent research. All together they convey an image of what was then a new capital city, a place humming with a vast range of activities, one which had thrown itself with unusual zeal and notable good taste into stimulation of authentic architecture.

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    Edited by Maro Kardamitsi-Adami and Alexandra Karageorgou

    Athens, Publications Office of the Academy of Athens-Kapon editions, 2017 

    For more than forty years, the late architect, professor at the School of Fine Arts and academician Paul Mylonas (1915-2005) had systematically photographed and drawn both neoclassical and eclectic as well as humble popular buildings of Athens. This bilingual edition, edited by Maro Kardamitsi-Adami, Professor Emerita at the National Technical University, and Alexandra Karageorgou, a close collaborator of the late professor Mylonas, highlights the drawings, photographs and texts of the distinguished architect, enhanced through the results of resent research. All together they convey an image of what was then a new capital city, a place humming with a vast range of activities, one which had thrown itself with unusual zeal and notable good taste into stimulation of authentic architecture.

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    Weight 3200 g
    Dimensions 24.5 × 29.7 cm
    Language

    Greek-English (bilingual)

    Binding

    Pages 512
    Images 420
    Drawings 130

THE NEOCLASSICAL ATHENS OF PAUL M. MYLONAS

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For more than forty years, the late architect, professor at the School of Fine Arts and academician Paul Mylonas (1915-2005) had systematically photographed and drawn both neoclassical and eclectic as well as humble popular buildings of Athens. This bilingual edition, highlights the drawings, photographs and texts of the distinguished architect, enhanced through the results of resent research. All together they convey an image of what was then a new capital city, a place humming with a vast range of activities, one which had thrown itself with unusual zeal and notable good taste into stimulation of authentic architecture.

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