Stavros Stavrides

Stavros Stavrides is an architect and professor teaching at the National Technical University of Athens on housing and public space design as well as on the meaning of metropolitan experience.

Stavrides’s work on political autonomy in contemporary crises-governed cities provides timely urban theory to theorize forms of emancipating spatial practices and urban commoning, illuminated by an experience and knowledge of protest and rebellion in Athens since 2008. In addition to Towards the City of Thresholds, he has published six books and numerous articles. His recent books include: The Symbolic Relation to Space, Advertising and the Meaning of SpaceThe Texture of Things, From the City-as-Screen to the City-as-StageSuspended Spaces of AlterityCommon Space: The City as Commons, as well as the forthcoming Common Spaces of Urban Emancipation.


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