Maria Vidali

Architect Athens / Greece

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Maria Vidali
ΜVArchitects is a small practice based in Athens since 2007 and recently branched out on Tinos island, in Cyclades. It was founded by Maria Vidali and it is consisted by a wider circle of specialists according to every project requirements. The practice carries out projects of different scales, which range from individual houses, commercial spaces, building refurbishment, interior design, furniture design and research work on landscape. Urban and natural landscape is very important for this practice, as are also the historical, social and ecological aspects of the relevant place. Observation and research provides the ground so as architecture responds to the place and natural environment. Work is based on natural models using at the same time 3D design and digital photography. By this means, it is made possible to study the natural proportions of landscape in relation to architectural volumes together with the quality of space, light and the materials used. Maria Vidali studied architecture at Portsmouth and Kingston University and History and Philosophy of Architecture (MPhil) at Cambridge University. She has participated in national and international conferences and has lectured at CEPT University in India. Her research work, Village and Land. The outlying chapels on the island on Tinos, was published in 2010 by Futura and the Exombourgon Municipality Publications in Tinos. Since 2011 she is a PhD candidate at the school of architecture of the University of Thessaly in Greece, studying the appropriation of Tinos rural and natural landscape
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ΜVArchitects is a small practice based in Athens since 2007 and recently branched out on Tinos island, in Cyclades. It was founded by Maria Vidali and it is consisted by a wider circle of specialists according to every project requirements. The practice carries out projects of different scales, which range from individual houses, commercial spaces, building refurbishment, interior design, furniture design and research work on landscape. Urban and natural landscape is very important for this practice, as are also the historical, social and ecological aspects of the relevant place. Observation and research provides the ground so as architecture responds to the place and natural environment. Work is based on natural models using at the same time 3D design and digital photography. By this means, it is made possible to study the natural proportions of landscape in relation to architectural volumes together with the quality of space, light and the materials used. Maria Vidali studied architecture at Portsmouth and Kingston University and History and Philosophy of Architecture (MPhil) at Cambridge University. She has participated in national and international conferences and has lectured at CEPT University in India. Her research work, Village and Land. The outlying chapels on the island on Tinos, was published in 2010 by Futura and the Exombourgon Municipality Publications in Tinos. Since 2011 she is a PhD candidate at the school of architecture of the University of Thessaly in Greece, studying the appropriation of Tinos rural and natural landscape