Dr Falli Palaiologou Dipl Arch (NTUA), MSc AAS (UCL), Ph.D. (UCL)
Lecturer in Architecture and Urban Studies
Falli holds a PhD in Architectural and Urban Morphology, and an MSc in Advanced Architectural Studies from The Bartlett, University College London (UCL). In her years in UCL, Falli has been an active member of the Space Syntax Laboratory, working on evidence-based approaches to spatial and urban design, street network analysis, the study of urban form, and empirical studies. Her PhD research, funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), investigated the urban transformation and street micromorphology of the London terraced house and the Manhattan row house urban settings from the late 19th century till present. Alongside, she has worked as a coordinating editor in the Journal of Space Syntax published by the Bartlett, and consulted London local authorities on policy planning.
Following the completion of her PhD studies, she continued working as EPSRC Research Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture in UCL. Her post-doctoral research developed new character assessment and delimitation methods of historical urban areas, focusing on UNESCO historical urban landscapes. In 2017, she led under the patronage of UNESCO the organisation of HUL Forum, an international networking initiative on urban heritage and sustainable development goals in historic urban landscapes.
Falli has completed her first degree in Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). She is a registered member of the UK Architects Registration Board (ARB) since 2015 and of the Technical Chamber of Greece since 2009. She is also an Associate Fellow of the UK Higher Education cademy (HEA).
First Degree: School of Architecture, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece
Masters Degree: MSc Advanced Architectural Studies, The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies, University College London
PhD: PhD in Architectural and Urban Morphology, University College London
- 2015 EPSRC Doctoral Prize Award
- 2011-2015 EPSRC PhD Studentship
Outline of main research interests:
- character assessment and neighbourhood planning
- architecture in historic urban environments
- urban transformations and urban regeneration
- urban liveability and evidence-based design
- housing design and housing typologies
- spatial cultures, identity and sense of place
- space syntax methodologies
Grants and contracts:
- EPSRC – Delineating Historic Urban Landscapes (Principal Investigator, value £95k), 2015-2017
- The Bartlett, UCL – Bartlett Synergy Grant for Historic Urban Landscape Forum initiative (Project Leader, value: £10k), 2016-2017
Current teaching responsibilities:
CVA056 Design Skills – Responsible Examiner
CVA055 Design Studio A – Tutor
- Palaiologou, G. and Fouseki, K. (2017), Historic Urban Landscape Forum. London: The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. ISBN: 978-1-5272-0745-5.
- Palaiologou, G. (2015), ‘High street transactions and interactions’. In Vaughan, L. (Ed.), Suburban Urbanities: Suburbs and the Life of the High Street, pp.175-203. London, UK: UCL Press. doi:10.14324/111.9781910634134.
- Palaiologou, G., Griffiths, S. and Vaughan, L. (2016), ‘Reclaiming the virtual community for spatial cultures: Functional generality and cultural specificity at the interface of building and street’. In The Journal of Space Syntax, Vol. 7(1), pp.25-54.
- Palaiologou, G. and Kostourou, F. (2016), ‘Long-term challenges in urban housing: In the search for intersections between design and policy regulations’. In Architecture, Media, Politics, Society (Amps) – Future Housing: Global Cities and Regional Problems. June 2016, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
- Palaiologou, G. and Penn, A. (2013), ‘The branded experience: Decoding the spatial configuration of flagship stores’. In Sonnenburg, S. and Baker, L. (eds.), Branded Spaces, pp.135-156. Wiesbaden: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden.
External roles and appointments:
- Organiser, Historic Urban Landscape Forum.
- Reviewer, The Journal of Space Syntax.
- Reviewer, International Space Syntax Symposia.
- Invited Speaker, Royal Academy of Arts (October 2016).
- Member of the Organising Committee, 10th International Space Syntax Symposium.
- Coordinating Editor, The Journal of Space Syntax (November 2011 - November 2015).
- Member – Architects Registration Board (ARB), UK.
- Member (Architect Engineer) – Technical Chamber of Greece (TCG).
- Associate Fellow – Higher Education Academy (HEA), UK.