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Koulermos, Panos, 1933-1999

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    • found: nuc87-7227: His Context + response, 1982(hdg. on CLSU rept.: Koulermos, Panos, 1933- ; usage: Panos Koulermos)
    • found: Panos Koulermos, 1992:p. 57 (b. 1933 in Cyprus; architect)
    • found: USC News, via WWW, June 3, 2020(October 18, 1999 edition; Panos Koulermos, an internationally recognized architect whose work combined the traditions of Mediterranean classicism and Italian rationalism, died September 26, 1999 of a stroke in Raleigh, N.C.; a resident of Lugano, Switzerland, he was 66; a professor of architecture at the USC School of Architecture since 1973, Koulermos chaired the school's graduate program in architecture from 1973 to 1977 and served as interim dean from 1978 to 1981; in addition to practicing in Athens, London, Los Angeles and Milan, Koulermos was founder and director of an international workshop in environmental design, held in Greece in 1972, 1973 and 1974; he directed Pratt University's program in Greece, lectured at Cornell University, the Institute of Architecture in Venice, Italy, Columbia University, Carlton University, UCLA and Cooper Union School of Architecture in New York City, and directed the Center for Architectural Research in Athens; Koulermos was the author of “20th Century European Rationalism,” published by Academy Editions in 1995; from 1965 to 1973, he was correspondent and critic in Milan and Greece for the British periodical Architectural Design; he later served as West Coast correspondent for the Japanese periodical Architecture and Urbanism and the German periodical Bauen & Wohnen & Werk; he was a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, an Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture distinguished professor, a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and a registered architect in California, Greece and the United Kingdom; Koulermos was born in Famagusta, Cyprus, in 1933 and held British citizenshipl; he graduated from London's Polytechnic School of Architecture and Planning in 1957 and completed postgraduate studies in urbanism at the Politechnico di Milano in 1963)
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