Greek architect and writer, holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from Nanterre, University of Paris X. Antonas has been a visiting lecturer in Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Instituto Universitario de Architetura de Venezia (IUAV), Architectural Association (AA), University of Cyprus Program of Architecture, University Jose Cela (Madrid), Fine Art Academy of Gyumri (Armenia), Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Technische Universität München, Politecnico di Milano. He has worked with the Center of Mediterranean Architecture in Crete for its Architecture workshops program and is co-founder of the curatorial group Built Event (Island built Event, Landscape Biennial of Barcelona, 2006 - Sao Paulo Biennial of Architecture 2007, Weak Monuments, 2nd Biennale of Thessaloniki). He was co-curator of the Greek Pavilion for the Venice Biennale in 2004 (Paradigmata) and he is a contributor for the Tranzit Display's Monument to Transformation (Prague and Bratislava, curated by Vít Havránek and Zbyněk Baladrán). His essays are mostly published in the Internet, his literature books are printed in Greek (Agra Editions) and one short story in English (jrp Ringier, Zurich). Two of his theatre scripts were performed in French and one in Greek. The Antonas office functions as an architectural research studio and was nominated for a Mies Van der Rohe Award in 2009 and for the International Iakov Chernikhov Prize in 2010.