Architect Engineer NTUA , MSc Advanced Architectural Design Columbia University NYC Lecturer University of Southern California Los Angeles USA, PhD Candidate NTUAthens
Nefeli Chatzimina is Principal ArchitectScripta currently teaching at the National Technical University of Athens. She is holding a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University in New York city and a Diploma of Architectural Engineering from Metsovion Polytechnic University of Athens where she is currently a PhD Candidate. Nefeli has taught as a Lecturer Architectural Core Studio and Seminars at the University of Southern California Los Angeles for three years, at the National Technical University of Athens and the Benaki Museum. She has been a guest crit at Columbia University for Bernard Tschumi’s studios, the Pratt Institute of New York, the University of Pennsylvania, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute NYC, at Sci-Arc and UCLA. Nefeli has worked for three years as an Architect for her professor Bernard Tschumi in New York and is a registered Architect in TEE-TCG with Diploma Category A’. She has been Key Designer and Project Architect for several international awarded projects of big building scale and urban scale. Her professional work has been exhibited in galleries of New York [Guggenheim Museum], Los Angeles [Pacific Design Center], Kentucky [Land of Tomorrow], the Royal Institute of British Architects in London and in Athens Greece [The Benaki Museum]. Her work was selected among the First Distinctive Projects in the 4th European Biennial of landscape in Barcelona and has been published in magazines including ‘Form_The making of Design’. Projects of her team have been built including a retail store of Billabong, three housing projects in Athens, the Flagship store of Orizon Insurance company nominate for Mies Van der Roher Awards 2015 and the OTE-Estate Call Center in Athinas street nominated for the Mies Van der Rohe Awards 2019, awarded by the 9th Greek Biennale and exhibited at the Benaki Museum. Nefeli has recently lectured for her work at the Megaron Mousiki, at the Benaki Museum and at TEE.