DIGITAL ARCHIVE OF GREEK FEMALE ARCHITECTS 1923 – 1981 | SADAS PEA – ATTICA DEPARTMENT
DIGITAL ARCHIVE OF
GREEK FEMALE ARCHITECTS 1923 – 1981
SADAS PEA – ATTICA DEPARTMENT
AIKATERINI (KAITI) KREMEZI - DIMITSANTOU
ATHENS 1943 -
R.N. TCG   11855

STUDIES

Diploma in Architecture, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) 1962 - 1967

Diploma of Advanced Studies (D.E.A) in Modern Greek History - Université
PARIS IV - Sorbonne 1981 - 1983

Ph.D. in Architecture, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) 1986

PROFESSIONAL CAREER

Freelance Architect 1967 - 2010

Teaching fellow at the Chair of Morphology, NTUA School of Architecture 1967 - 1969

Faculty member at the NTUA School of Architecture 1969 - 2010

Professor NTUA School of Architecture 2004 - 2010

Professor Postgraduate Program "Protection of Monuments", NTUA School of Architecture 1999 - 2010

Professor Emeritus NTUA 2011

Transnational academic activity 1994 - 2010

President of the Hellenic Aesthetics Society 2017 -

Member of the Board of the Greek section of ICOMOS

Regular member - expert of the International Scientific Committee of Cultural Tourism

Open - air amphitheater of municipal district of Stemnitsa, Arcadia, 2006. Non realized project.

CONCISE CURRICULUM VITAE

Born in Athens, married with Pavlos Kremezis. They have two daughters and three grandchildren.

 

She began her studies in architecture at the National Technical University of Athens in 1962 and in 1967 she obtained the diploma of Architect.

 

In 1983 she obtained the Diploma of Comprehensive Studies (D.E.A) in Modern Greek History from the University PARIS IV-Sorbonne.

 

In 1986 she was awarded a Doctorate from the School of Architecture of the NTUA.

 

From 1969 – 2010 she was teaching in the school of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens, the class of Architectural Morphology (theory and design).

 

She was responsible for various research programs, Expert member of the International Scientific Committee of Cultural Tourism (ICOMOS) in the international program for the Cultural Routes of South Europe, awarded by UNESCO.

 

Also member of the stuff for the syntax of the Cultural Tourism Charter and the Charter for Cultural Routes of South Europe.

 

She has published 6 books, about 60 articles in books, annals, newsletters and scientific reviews, and also she was responsible for the editing or the presentation of books with architectural interest.

 

As an architect, she has designed and supervised the construction of public and private buildings. She was awarded for her works of the restoration, rehabilitation and conservation of historic buildings and open spaces in listed traditional settlements.

 

She is an active member of the Architectural Heritage Council (ELLET-Hellenic Society for Environment and Culture), the International Association for Aesthetics, the Greek Architectural Society, the Greek Architect’s Association (SADAS).