“Architect Autobiographies” – Nikolas Kakatsakis


Shape: 14Χ21
Pages: 46
ISBN: 978-618-83228-6-8
Publications: PEK – City Compass

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The book Architect Autobiographical is both a collection of poems and a collection of fantasy short stories written by Nikolas Kakatsakis in 2017 until March 2018.

It is his first book. His poetry is a product of inspiration and interaction with the environment while drawing the themes of prose texts from personal experiences. As architecture has taught him, the writer and the artist do not have to justify his work or justify himself – this belongs to the readers.

Nikolas Kakatsakis was born in April 1970 in Chania where he has been living permanently since 2004 after studying and working in Paris and Athens. Architecture for him was an answer to both teenage and mature pursuits. She has obtained a master’s degree in Urban Planning and has worked on monument renovations.

In addition to poetry and literature, he is engaged in visual arts, experimenting with various ways of expression. He dreams of writing scripts and directing in the cinema. He has written articles on issues of the city, art and everyday life in the local daily and periodical press and maintains blogs in the