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Mr Stamatis Zografos

Mr Stamatis Zografos

Teaching Fellow

The Bartlett School of Architecture

Faculty of the Built Environment

Joined UCL
28th Sep 2015

Research summary

My research is interdisciplinary and focuses on the relationship between architecture, memory and fire. My PhD thesis entitled Architecture and Fire: An Archival Approach to Architectural Conservation is a radical reconceptualisation of architectural conservation, which is approached through psychoanalysis and an invented methodology that is ‘fire’. Based on my PhD theory, I have  developed an art practice that explores conservation through its counter-phenomenon of destruction. My monograph entitled Architecture and Fire: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Conservation was published by UCL Press in June 2019.

Teaching summary

Stamatis Zografos is a Teaching Fellow in Architectural History and Theory at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture since 2014. He teaches History and Theory to Year 2 and Year 3 BSc Architecture students. He  also supervises dissertations in the MA Architectural History and MArch Architecture programmes.

Between 2016-19, he was a Lecturer in Architecture at University of Suffolk teaching both theory and design.

At Coventry University, he taught Contextual Studies to undergraduate Architecture students.

Education

Goldsmiths College
PhD, Cultural Studies | 2013
Goldsmiths College
MA, Cultural Studies | 2005
Kingston University
Dip., Architecture | 2003
University of Westminster
BA, Architecture | 1999

Biography

Stamatis Zografos is a Teaching Fellow in Architectural History and Theory at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture. He is also a practising architect (ARB registered) and the founder of Incandescent Square, an interdisciplinary platform for research and design with interests spanning from architecture and urbanism to critical heritage and curating (https://incandescentsquare.com/).

Stamatis has previously lectured at University of Suffolk and Coventry University.

He studied architecture in the UK (University of Westminster and Kingston University). He also holds an MA and a PhD in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths University of London.

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