Phoebus Panigyrakis is a Greek architect based in Rotterdam. He works as tenured lecturer-researcher at the HZ University of Applied Sciences, and as guest-lecturer at TU Delft and Fontys Academy. His PhD dissertation dealt with the history of the architectural periodical Architectural Record between 1942 and 1967. He holds a professional degree from the University of Patras (2014) and a doctoral degree from TU Delft (2020) and has been awarded grants and scholarships from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, CCA, Creative Funds NL and Limmat Foundation.
Panigyrakis, P. “Architectural Record: 1942-1967; Chapters from the history of an architectural magazine.” PhD Dissertation, TU Delft, 2020.
Hein, C., S. Van Faasen, and P. Panigyrakis (Eds). “Dutch connections. Essays on the International Relationship in Architectural Histoty.” TU Delft Open Monograph of collected essays on Dutch modernism, 2021.
Laush, F., and P. Panigyrakis. “Aldo Rossi in the turmoil of ‘German Identity’: The German Historical Museum competition of 1988.” History of Postwar Architecture, 2021.