Balkans & Greece

In the Balkans, there is a lot of traditional church building, reconstructions and some new vernacular architecture. In the Hungarian parts of Romania there is also new buildings in Hungarian organic style. Of great interest is the rebuilding of Skopje which is done in a style inspired by classical tradition. Unfortunately neither the architects nor sculptors have been educated in this art form and the result vary in quality. The Greek scene has few firms with mostly private villas commissioned. One successful Greek classical architect firm is the London based Porphyrios Associates.

For more projects from these countries please visit this link and this link.

About Michael Diamant

Promoter of trad urban planning (early 1900s central European) and New Classical Architecture. Interested also in Geography, Demography, Social Anthropology & History.
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