Evagoras Lanitis Centre
Limassol, Cyprus - 2014
The architectural pursuits of architect, designer Constantinos Kalisperas embody constant search for freedom, designing against gravity and in opposition to the existing social structures and hierarchies.
Furthermore, one could even say that Kalisperas’ approach, either in architecture or in design, involves the fundamental principle of coincidentia oppositorum, i.e. seeking unity through the coincidence of opposites.
The fragile relationship between technological perfection and human nature creates these unique peculiar hybrids that float between sculpture and architecture, between form and concept, between the erotic and the rational, between the artistic and the socio-political, between the material and the immaterial.
They are, in fact, small three-dimensional utopias, for models of worlds that will come to replace the worlds that are leaving...