Dimitris Papalexopoulos

Born 1953, Athens Greece.

Architect N.T.U.A., D.P.L.G., Dr Paris I.
Assistant Professor, School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens.

Studied architecture at the NTU Athens, graduating 1976, at the Paris la Villette, graduating 1981, obtained a Doctorat at Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne on the relation of architectural theory and industrialization technology (1985).
Teaches Architectural Technology at the NTUA since 1991. Graduate courses and postgraduate course on architecture and information technology (hybrid buildings, 3rd price winner of ACADIA competition on “Libraries for the information Age”,

Member of the CIB W60 (1985-1991).
Member of Laboratoire d'Architecture No 1, Paris La Villette (1981-85)
Member of the Architectural Technology Research Unit (ATRU), NTUA, since its foundation(1985): Researches on building prescriptions, architectural evaluation of industrialized construction systems, prospective analysis of the building industry, development of educational programs on architecture, researches on architecture and information technology, development (with CTI) of databases  supporting information management processes linking architecture and the building industry.

Design practice since 1980 with O.T.O.ME (partner since 1990), establish his own practice since 1995.
Works include renovations and new buildings in the private and public sector.
12 awards in architectural competitions.
Recent design work refers also to the integration of space and information technology as in Serres Public Library, Hellafarm factory of biotechnology, the complex of university spaces for teleconferencing and the digital museum event.

archtech (graduate - postgraduate courses)
building memory (research program)
acadia competition
digital museum