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Constantinos Miltiades

Researcher/Doctoral Candidate

Constantinos Miltiadi is a transdisciplinary architect and researcher, occasionally also programmer, media artist, curator, teacher, and librarian. His work focuses on aesthetic phenomena between technology and culture, and more formally on spatiotemporal environments inconstructible in the physical world, specific to and experienceable through technological mediation. Constantinos studied architecture at NTU-Athens and the at the Chair for CAAD at ETH Zurich, and pursued studies in computer music at IEM KU Graz. Between 2015 and 2019 he was assistant professor at the Institute of Architecture and Media at TU Graz. Since 2019 he is a doctoral researcher between the Department of Design and the Department of Architecture at the School of ARTS of Aalto University in Helsinki.

Constantinos has developed and taught courses on creative computation and experimental game design at postgraduate and undergraduate levels as well as for conferences and festivals and contributed to multiple conferences and symposia. He was founder and curator of the IAM Open Lecture Series (TU Graz, 2015-2019), co-founder of the experimental electronic music event series ◯ (Graz, 2019), founding member of the special interest group Spatial Aesthetics and Artificial Environments (Society for Artistic Research, 2020), and co-chair for CAAD Futures 2021: Design Imperatives (University of Southern California).

Constantinos' work is at

Research area

architecture, navigable media, non-Euclidean navigation, videogames, virtual reality, game studies, game design, history of computation


Experience Design, Computational Methodologies in Landscape Architecture and Urbanism