Nadia Charalambous

 

 


 

Nadia Charalambous trained as an architect and has been working as an academic and researcher at the University of Cyprus since 2008. Underpinning all research and professional activities is a continuous interest in the socio-spatial dimensions of society and culture through a combination of spatial and social research methods. Research work investigates the complex relationship between urban form, housing and segregation through time and its implications for architectural education.




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May 16th 2016

Building a house has evolved over centuries from providing rudimentary shelter, through increasing personalisation, to the sophisticated multifunctional buildings of today. These building can be designed to minimise visual impact on the environment and on global resources, in both their construction and day-to-day running. In the dark days of the early 20th century, mass housing provisioned many of the niceties. Design considerations were given less attention, but now design processes have evolved to more actively consider the needs of the users, to provide housing spaces which are both functional and pleasant spaces to be.

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