Dr Yannis Zavoleas

Senior Lecturer

School of Architecture and Built Environment (Architecture)

Innovation at the intersection

Residing in the murky borderlands between technology, art, media and the social sciences, Dr Yannis Zavoleas is seeking to construct and promote a new agenda for architecture in the 21st century.

Some of the world's most startling discoveries have emerged from deep within the crossroads – a place where ideas from different fields meet and mutate, detonating an explosion of the extraordinary. Few scholars enter, and even fewer use it to their advantage. Dr Yannis Zavoleas, a celebrated, practicing architect since the mid 1990s, is one of the latter.

"My research is very interdisciplinary," he acknowledges.

"I study biological organisms and how their behaviours and interactions with the environment give way to thoughts of physical spaces as dynamic entities."

At the same time driven by a need to understand and respect the integration of technology into these principles of nature, Yannis is seen to be challenging the traditional methodologies of design. Armed with an array of digital devices, he's looking to open the floodgates of creativity in all phases of architectural production as well.  

"With sophisticated software and machinery like 3D printers, I am able to manipulate structure and shapes," the bilinguist affirms.

"A deliberate focus on late modernism has additionally allowed me to set the foundation for a complete review of the actual making of products."

"I advocate for an architecture that is socially and culturally sensitive, applicable to large-scale habitation at varying scales and generally adaptable to varying parameters."

Dually encouraging and supporting synergies between the computer and the drawing table, Yannis' work is a scrupulous mixture of novelty and familiarity.  

"My discipline is neither solely about pure form finding, nor broad theoretical issues," he maintains.

"Innovation is the result of exploring and experimenting, also of stepping outside of our comfort zone and becoming familiar with a feeling of creative anxiety."

The sacred 'in-between'

Yannis completed two Master's degrees in the United States of America, in Architectural Design from University of California Los Angeles (2000) and in Comparative Media studies from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2004) before undertaking a PhD at Greece's National Technical University between 2007 and 2011. The accomplished researcher also worked in film postproduction at Sony Pictures Imageworks in Los Angeles, California.

"During this period I played around with 4D animation tools – time being the fourth dimension," he recalls.

"They afforded me the opportunity to survey relations between different physical phenomena, fields and forces."

A continuation of his research at Master's level, which fabricated the idea of "space as a medium," Yannis' candidature sought to trace the recent history of architecture.

"I followed it from the middle of the 20thcentury right through to the beginning of the 21st century," he specifies.

"This is when I first linked the discipline to the concept of ecosystems in biology too."

"Everything in life is connected in some way, feeding off energy flows and exchanges."

Jumping from stepping-stones to building blocks, Yannis looked to tease out notions about physical spaces and dynamic entities. Helping to form the kernel of his own methods of creative thinking, this doctoral work simultaneously saw the prolific publisher dabble in the digital arts.

"It's taken years to properly formulate."

All things great and small

Yannis relocated to Australia after teaching and researching at Greece's universities from 2004 to 2013, signing on to become a senior lecturer at the University of Newcastle in July. Now the co-ordinator of a main design studio for its Master of Architecture program, the passionate educator is striving to challenge the limits of this place by also keeping pace with what is happening abroad.

"I've taken a new approach to schooling," he comments.

"Having worked together with distinct colleagues such as Professor Mark Taylor, Dr Neena Mand, Mark Spence and Vanessa Hedges, I am stepping outside of the constraints of prescriptive course structures."

"Fourth-year students are asked to establish their own aims and develop their own study briefs."

"It's a big departure from the undergraduate experience."

Space dynamics

A loyalist when it comes to research topics, Yannis is pursuing the concept of Bio-structuralism too. Faithful to his origins in biology and design theory, he is currently penning a piece on architectural dynamism as well.

"This biological analogue, simulated using advanced computational instruments, has become a core research theme."

Drawing on references from biological themes in order to create "highly efficient" archetypal 3D structures, the multitasking scholar is aiming to solve problems related to physical space.

"Observing and simulating the interactions and relationships of core architectural elements such as walls, columns and slabs, enabled me to see them as breathing archetypes of physical spaces, and expand on their potential as dynamic responses to the phenomena they support," he explains.

"They are not fixed, separate parts of a stagnant whole."

"A wall, for example, can become completely interactive when it combines activity from both sides."

"These experiments have led to the formation of many objects, such as stratified shells that are capable of taking any shape, fluid-based structures that merge supporting systems with elements defining regions of actions and self-supporting skin façades acting as adaptable membranes to provide spatial continuity and competency."

"This work won me the Vice-Chancellor's Excellence in Research Creative Works award within the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment in 2014."

Make and model

Yannis presented a paper at the Architectural Scientific Association's annual conference at the University of Melbourne in 2015. Artistic and technical in equal measure, his keynote speech addressed the notion of 'model' and its significance in the creative process. Research refers to a broader area that challenges enduring assumptions about the notion of 'drawing' and the processes of 'making' this time approached under the digital influences, as these were presented internationally at CAADRIA in Kyoto Japan in 2014, Biodigital Architecture and Genetics in Barcelona Spain in 2014, Dortmund and Koblenz in Germany in 2014 and 2013.

"I'm disengaging from the aesthetic aspects and focusing on the behavioural aspects and functions seen as interactions among different entities" he clarifies.

"In this view, models are a means for testing as opposed to a means for describing beautiful objects."

Faithful to his origins in biology and design theory, Yannis is currently penning a piece on architectural dynamism as well.

"I see core elements, like columns and slabs, as living, breathing archetypes of physical spaces," he elaborates.

"They are not fixed, separate parts of a stagnant whole."

"A wall, for example, can become something completely interactive when it combines activity from both sides."

Innovation at the intersection

Residing in the murky borderlands between technology, art, media and the social sciences, Dr Yannis Zavoleas is seeking to construct and promote a new agenda

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Career Summary

Biography

Yannis Zavoleas teaches architecture as Senior Lecturer at University of Newcastle, Australia. He taught previously  as Assistant Professor at University of Patras, Greece (2008-2013) and at Technical University of Crete, Greece (2004-2008). He holds a PhD in Architectural Design from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA – 2011), an MSc in Comparative Media Studies from MIT (2004), an MArch from UCLA (2000) and a 5-year professional degree in architectural engineering from NTUA (1996).

Yannis practuces architecture since 1996. He has worked as architect in USA (Amphibianarc Los Angeles, Boston), in film post-production (SONY Imageworks), as Art Director (Games-to-each research project, MIT/Microsoft); he has given over forty lectures in conferences and universities about architecture, theory, technology, communications, art; he has published (Thresholds, The International Journal of the Arts in Society, Architecture in Greece); advisory board in conferences / publications: EAAE, CommonGround Publishing; awarded in one international architectural competition (seven participations); one Research Creative Works award; won one competition in interactive storytelling; eleven research programs & workshops (organized: “Architecture & Technology: Conditions & Limits of the Metaphor,” “Code AB-USE in architectural design,” “Unbuilt,” “Surface: Digital Materiality & the New Relation between Depth and Surface – EAAE Architectural Theory Group) eleven architectural exhibitions, three short film festivals.

In 2014, Yannis received the Pro Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research Creative Works. Project: "Bio-Structuralism." The Faculty Research Committee, Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, The University of Newcastle Australia.

In 2013, Yannis published the book “Machine and Network as Structural Models in Architecture”, Futura publications, Athens, Greece (in Greek) - ISBN: 9789609489317.

In the same year, Yannis co-edited the book "Surfact: Digital Materiality and the New Relation between Depth and Surface", futura publications, Athens, Greece - ISBN: 9782930101464.

Blog-website: www.yzarch.wordpress.com

Research Expertise
Yannis is Senior Lecturer at School of Architecture & built Environment. In the past, he taught architecture at University of Patras (2008-20013) and at Technical University of Crete (2004-2008). He has worked as architect in USA (Amphibianarc Los Angeles, Boston) and Greece (Athens), in film post-production (SONY Imageworks, Los Angeles) and as Art Director (Games-to-each research project, MIT/Microsoft). Yannis' research interests are oriented to theory and the elaboration of new design methods, also in view of the technological advancements and their impact in the evolution of the architectural field. His work presents an emphasis on innovation, also the implementation of digital means in the creative phases of architectural production and their integration in the design process. Yannis has published the book “Machine and Network as Structural Models in Architecture”, Futura publications, Athens, Greece (2013, ISBN: 9789609489317 - in Greek). A recurrent topic in his work is the varying uses of technology as an asset of references aiding for the conceptualization of architectural space. References of technological origin such as machine and network as viewed as structural models of organization being transferred into space at varying scales, ranging from the house unit to the urban block, the neighborhood and the city. Such a transference is made possible with the usage of archetypical schemas, for example those being explored during late modernism. Those works have set the foundation for a complete reviewing of the design process, promoting an architecture that is socially sensitive, being also applicable to large-scale habitation, generally adaptable to varying parameters and climate-friendly. With the introduction of computers and algorithmic methods in the design process, the endeavours of late modernism have outlined to a large extent the scope of research over the past two decades. In respect, Yannis' later research focus has been on the development of abstract schemas with the aid of digital tools, specifically in regards to parametric computation, scripting and dynamic manipulation of structure and form. Design would reflect the idea that space holds information being codified and retrievable at the same time, so as to envision an architecture that is responsive to any kind of data according to each time’s set priorities. The result has often been the coining of new design methods even more sophisticated schemas also in relation to new techniques. The above research work has been the source of reference for awards and several papers that Yannis has written, published and presented in conferences, research groups and articles. Topics pertain to architectural design, theory and computation, also to the influences of new media in architecture and art. Related ideas are tested regularly in workshops and courses such as "AB-USE Computation" workshop series held in conferences and meetings at the universities of Prague, Porto and Patras and also presented in conferences worldwide. Architectural design is neither a pure form-finding process, nor the definition of a set of theoretical issues automatically translated to make a project. Creativity as innovation rather emerges through meticulous research, shifting across different platforms following interpretive patterns of behaviour. The means of production ought to be examined as "tools for thought" in the reshaping of the design process. Architectural making requires synergy among the novelties of the computer with the analogue processes attributed to the drawing table and the broader theory that substantiates architecture as a field of knowledge, somewhere between technology, art and media, with a special focus on issues described by the social sciences. Along with the extended framework of knowledge and technical skills required for constant advancement, it is imperative to maintain a critical stance in view of the new possibilities, being tested as they are put to interact.

Teaching Expertise
With teaching, Yannis pays special effort to convey an experimental approach to his students about design, aiming at combining the resources of technology with those of theory for design purposes. Over the past years, he has been teaching various courses in Architectural Design Studio, Digital Technologies and Theory of Architecture. his involvement includes class coordination and preparation of team of tutors, Design Studio and Research & Design Thesis supervision for architectural degree requirements. The aim is that over the course of studying, the students acquire expertise in design conceptualization with the innovative use of advanced methods fostering experimentation. Special emphasis is given on updated definitions of design problems related to urban development and sustainability, then the response to such issues with the manipulation of structures by devising processes related to the computer such as parametric methods, scripting, fabrication and the adaptation of the available tools in the different phases of production. Furthermore, Yannis' academic agenda is geared on a critical approach of works from the Sixties and on, then it expands towards the integration of the computer directed to design innovation, also in view of emerging theories about architectural design. The goal is to bring together theory and computation as a core teaching subject from a research viewpoint and to examine new design strategies also under the scrutiny of digital methods, processes and tools, being applicable in projects of varying scales, contexts and themes.

Administrative Expertise
Since 2004, when he was first elected as Assistant Professor in the academia, Yannis has regularly participated as Faculty Member at the meetings and he has carried through several assignments concerning the operation of the school. From 2004 to 2008 he had the unique experience and the honour to be Member of the Committee for the newfound School of Architecture at the Technical University of Crete, which accepted its first students in 2004. From that position, as he was also the first Faculty Member to be elected in that school, Yannis gained invaluable knowledge in the structuring of the academic program, the definition of content about the courses, also the development of the library, the studios and the computer lab. From 2008 to 2013, Yannis was elected as Assistant Professor at the University of Patras. His responsibilities included the revision of the academic curriculum, the development of the online student enrolment and grading system and the upgrading of the computer lab. Additionally, he actively contributed in many decision-making processes concerning administration issues. He was member of the team for the preparations, the reports and the meetings for the assessment of the school, the assignment of the courses to instructors, the interviewing of applicants, also the just distribution of funding and scholarships. Overall, from 2004 to 2013, Yannis participated in university committees regularly, also as a voting member regarding elections for Assistant Professors, Lecturers, Adjunct Professors and Scientific Staff of the two schools he worked. In 2013, Yannis joined the School of Architecture and & Built Environment. A special focus is already given in the organization of 4rth-year masters' design studio, also in the continuation of research along with the research done by other members of the school.

Collaborations
His research interests include architectural design methodology, theory and practice. He focuces on the integration of digital means of creativity in the design process, along with the analogue ones.

Qualifications

  • PhD (Architecture), National Technical University of Athens - Greece
  • Professional Diploma in Architectural Engineering, National Technical University of Athens - Greece
  • Master of Architecture, University of California - Los Angeles - USA
  • Master of Science (Comparative Media Studies), Massachusetts Institute of Technology - USA

Keywords

  • Archetypical Systems
  • Architectural Design
  • Design & Computation
  • Design Methodology
  • Design Theory
  • MEL Scripting
  • Research
  • Systemic Approaches

Languages

  • English (Fluent)
  • Greek (Fluent)

Fields of Research

Code Description Percentage
120103 Architectural History and Theory 20
120101 Architectural Design 60
200104 Media Studies 20

Professional Experience

UON Appointment

Title Organisation / Department
Senior Lecturer University of Newcastle
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Australia

Academic appointment

Dates Title Organisation / Department
1/09/2008 - 1/06/2013 Assistant Professor School of Architecture, University of Patras
Engineering and Built Environments
Greece
1/09/2004 - 1/08/2008 Assistant Professor School of Architecture, Technical University of Crete
Academic Division
Greece

Awards

Prize

Year Award
2014 Pro Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Creative Works
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
2003 Ephemeral Structures in the City of Athens for Olympic Games 2004
Hellenic Ministry of Culture
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Publications

For publications that are currently unpublished or in-press, details are shown in italics.


Book (2 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2013 Patsavos N, Zavoleas Y, Surface: Digital Materiality and the New Relation between Depth and Surface, EAAE, Athens, 305 (2013) [A3]
2013 Zavoleas Y, Machine and Network as Structural Models in Architecture, Futura, Athens, Greece, 351 (2013) [A1]

Chapter (10 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2015 Zavoleas Y, 'Perception Beyond Materiality; or, a Transcendental Glimpse of Architectural Space', Perception in Architecture: Here and Now, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK 196-206 (2015)
2014 Zavoleas Y, Tournikiotis P, 'Archetypes in-Formation. Strategies of Transition in Architecture and Urban Design', Cities in Transformation Research & Design. Ideas, Methods, Techniques, Tools, Case Studies, Il Poligrafo, Padova Italy 1411-1417 (2014) [B1]
2013 Patsavos N, Zavoleas Y, 'Intro: Implications of the Digital in the Anatomy of the Surface', Surface: Digital Materiality and the New Relation between Depth and Surface, Futura / EAAE, Athens Greece / Brussels Belgium 11-32 (2013) [B1]
2013 Zavoleas Y, Patsavos N, 'Digit Mat(t)ers: Processes of Normalization in Architectural Design', Surface: Materiality and the New Relation between Depth and Surface, Futura / EAAE, Athens Greece / Brussels Belgium 221-229 (2013) [B1]
2012 Zavoleas Y, 'House-as-Machine: the Influences of Technology during early Modernism', Rethinking the Human in Technology-Driven Architecture, EAAE/ENHSA, Thessaloniki, Greece 381-394 (2012) [B2]
2012 Zavoleas Y, 'Computational Experimentation and Design Research. Two Case Studies in Architectural Education', Scaleless-Seamless. Performing a Less Fragmented Architectural Education and Practice, EAAE/ENHSA, Thessaloniki & Munster, Greece & Germany 265-278 (2012) [B2]
2007 Zavoleas Y, 'Behind the Glass: Transforming the Ordinary to an ¿Object of Desire', Transparency & Architecture, Ziti, Salonika 385-392 (2007)
2007 Zavoleas Y, 'Real Space, Digital Perception: Formation of Spatial Experience beyond Materiality', Architectural Design & Digital Technologies 2, Ekkremes, Salonika 71-76 (2007)
2006 Zavoleas Y, 'Discourse of the Method of a Built Event: A Semantic Understanding of the Architectural Problem', Built Event Workshops, Center of Mediterranean Architecture, Chania, Crete, Greece 18-23 (2006)
1998 Zavoleas Y, Farantouri A, 'Towards an Aesthetics of the Ugly', Aesthetics/Absence, Futura, Athens, Greece 50-57 (1998)
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Journal article (6 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2009 Zavoleas Y, 'Fountain Mediated: Marcel Duchamp's Artwork and Its Adapting Material Content', The International Journal for the Arts in Society, 3 77-86 (2009) [C1]
2009 Zavoleas Y, 'The Abolishment of the Drawing Scale in Contemporary Architectural Practice. Zoom in/out', Architectural Issues, 40 56-59 (2009)
2009 Zavoleas Y, 'From the Room to the City: Archetypes of Integral Spatial Organization', Architektones, 42-45 (2009)
2006 Zavoleas Y, Fernandez J, Kallipoliti L, Tsamis A, Sinisterra A, 'Fecund City-scapes: Ephemeral Structures for the Athens Olympics 2004', Thresholds, 31 40-43 (2006)
2006 Zavoleas Y, 'Integrating new media into spatial perception: A layered structure of representation', IET Conference Publications, 345-350 (2006)

The paper explores the adaptation of the self into space with new media technologies. Adaptation in the urban milieu happens as a special kind of information transference of socia... [more]

The paper explores the adaptation of the self into space with new media technologies. Adaptation in the urban milieu happens as a special kind of information transference of social values, reforming new representational aesthetic standards. Representation may be explained as a sequence of layers applied upon the body. The first layer of representation is the skin, whereas dress is next. Moving out from the body towards space, the wall "dresses" space and is also the primary element of spatial definition. With the new technological devices, the wall may be seen as a "screen interface" between space and the self and an active membrane of communication between them.

DOI 10.1049/cp:20060661
2003 Zavoleas Y, 'New Media and Representation in Space', Architektones, MediaLand-Disneyland 52-55 (2003)
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Conference (8 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2015 Zavoleas Y, 'The model and its operative significance in architecture. Objects driving evolution in design research', Yes (2015)
2014 Zavoleas Y, 'Computational thinking with analogue and digital means', Rethinking Comprehensive Design: Speculative Counterculture - Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, CAADRIA 2014 (2014) [E1]
2014 Zavoleas Y, 'The Nature of Architecture', 2nd International Conference of Biodigital Architecture & Genetics (2014) [E1]
2012 Zavoleas Y, Symeonidou I, Stroumpakos V, Zisimopoulos D, 'Code AB-USE in Architecture. Topological Experimentations with Computational Methods', Geometry: from Science to Practice (2012) [E1]
2010 Zavoleas Y, 'Layering as a Systematic Approach to Spatial Order', Proceedings of Four EAAE-ENHSA Subnetwork Workshops on Architectural Theory (2010) [E1]
2009 Zavoleas Y, 'In the Fringe of Athens Charter. Interpretive Escaping from an Expected Dead-End', 2nd Hellenic Conference of Urbanism and Urban Planning (2009)
2008 Zavoleas Y, 'Diagram/Program/Schema: The Diagram as a Vehicle of Transposition in the Quest of Architectural Form', EAAE | ARCC conference (2008) [E1]
2006 Zavoleas Y, 'Integrating New Media into Spatial Perception: A Layered Structure of Representation,', Intelligent Environments (2006)
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Creative Work (3 outputs)

Year Citation Altmetrics Link
2013 Zavoleas I, Nested Living Rooms, Housing Complex, Moscow, Russia, Athens, Greece (2013) [J2]
2013 Zavoleas I, Nested Living Rooms - Moscow, Russia (2013) [J2]
2013 Zavoleas I, Nested Living Rooms, Moscow - RU (2013) [J2]
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Grants and Funding

Summary

Number of grants 4
Total funding $8,600

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20151 grants / $1,500

49th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association (ASA2015), The University of Melbourne, School of Design, 1 - 4 December 2015$1,500

Funding body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment

Funding body University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment
Project Team Doctor Yannis Zavoleas
Scheme Travel Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2015
Funding Finish 2015
GNo G1501189
Type Of Funding Internal
Category INTE
UON Y

20143 grants / $7,100

New Staff Grant$3,000

Funding body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment

Funding body University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment
Project Team Doctor Yannis Zavoleas
Scheme New Staff Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2014
Funding Finish 2014
GNo G1400990
Type Of Funding Internal
Category INTE
UON Y

CIBER-SABE Travel Grant for 2nd International Conference in Biodigital Architecture and Genetics in Barcelona, Spain$2,900

Funding body: The University of Newcastle - School of Architecture and Built Environment

Funding body The University of Newcastle - School of Architecture and Built Environment
Project Team
Scheme Conference Travel Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2014
Funding Finish 2014
GNo
Type Of Funding Internal
Category INTE
UON N

CAADRIA 2014, Rethinking Comprehensive Design, Kyoto, Japan, 14 - 17 May 2014$1,200

Funding body: University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment

Funding body University of Newcastle - Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment
Project Team Doctor Yannis Zavoleas
Scheme Travel Grant
Role Lead
Funding Start 2014
Funding Finish 2014
GNo G1400455
Type Of Funding Internal
Category INTE
UON Y
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Research Supervision

Number of supervisions

Completed9
Current2

Total current UON EFTSL

Masters0.6

Current Supervision

Commenced Level of Study Research Title / Program / Supervisor Type
2015 Masters Augmented Urbanism: Diagramming the Conceptual Prototype of the Analogue - Digital Interface in Urban Thinking
M Philosophy (Architecture), Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, The University of Newcastle
Co-Supervisor
2014 Masters A Study of Student's Ability to Translate 2D Drawings into 3D Form and its Relationship to Spatial Ability
M Philosophy (Architecture), Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, The University of Newcastle
Principal Supervisor

Past Supervision

Year Level of Study Research Title / Program / Supervisor Type
2015 Masters Formidable Futures, Film Narrative Exploration, Improved Architecture
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2015 Masters Architectural Transmutation: An Insight into Emergence in Architecture
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2015 Masters Reimagining Streets as Places: The Role of Streets as Public Space in Creating Sense of Community
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters Collective Space: Ornamental subjectivity in Augmented Space
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters An Examination and Perception of the Current Plans to Revitalise Newcastle's Central Business Area
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters Reinterpreting Tradition as a Model for Design: Developed through the Comparative Analysis of Finnish, Indian and English Vernacular and Contemporary Architecture
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters The Evolution of Data Driven Architecture through Digital Tools: An Examination of the Works of MVRDV
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters Hidden, Random and Unexpected Function of Ornamentation in Architecture through Biodigital Framework
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
2014 Masters Integration of Chinese Garden and Architecture: “Transitional Spaces”
Architecture, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment - The University of Newcastle (Australia)
Sole Supervisor
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Dr Yannis Zavoleas

Position

Senior Lecturer
School of Architecture and Built Environment
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment

Focus area

Architecture

Contact Details

Email y.zavoleas@newcastle.edu.au
Phone (02) 4921 6670
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Office

Room BSC/AG21
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