06 January, 2013
The new Athenian landmark or the center of controversy? (by Eirini Krasaki)
D. Areopagitou 2008: reformation competition of the rear views of historic buildings towards the new Acropolis Museum25 July, 2011
The greekarchitects present (free) the publication who contains the complete list of participations of the International Architectural Competition, the aim and the object of research, (172 projects) as well as texts written by critics of the competition and members of the Steering Committee as a final assessment.
08 June, 2010
Let us take away a lesson from this missed opportunity. (by Jan Lepicovsky)
(Bernard Tschumi responds to this article.)
21 September, 2009
The Acropolis Museum fails its context on multiple levels, persisting with exhausted clichés like ‘visual connection’ and abstract conceptions to justify architectural decisions that let everyone and everything down once actually experienced. (by Dr Alexandra Stara)
23 July, 2009
Nikos Salingaros is a professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. As an architectural theorist and Athenian, he writes about the New Acropolis Museum and takes part in the debate on the demolition of the two protected historical buildings on Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. According to his own theories, the museum building is a priori destructive, because its architect relies upon the deconstructivist movement.”
13 March, 2009
The architectural web site in Greece www.greekarchitects.gr invites architects, designers, artists and students all over the world to re-consider the aspect and re-design the back side of the listed buildings on the Dionyssiou Areopagitou str. No 17 & 19.
13 November, 2007
Demolishing the two listed buildings would mutilate the architectural continuum of D. Areopagitou, which helps make this walkway one of the most interesting and beautiful in Europe. It would also vanquish an important piece of our modern urban history. Ironically, this is for the benefit of a museum site, whose mission should be to preserve and transmit memory, not to destroy it.