Disabled people in disabling settlements


  • Panayis Psomopoulos




Disability, Settlements, Ekistics


The author is an architect/town and regional planner with nearly fifty years of architectural and planning practice of which twenty years were with C.A. Doxiadis and/or Doxiadis Associates , of which he was a Vice-President until 1987. Parallel to the above he has held various posts within the non-profit Athens Technological Organization: he was Vice-President and Director of International Programs at the Athens Center of Ekistics (ACE) including the series of annual Delos Symposia and the Athens Ekistics Months. He was subsequently Director of the Graduate School of Ekistics while contributing to the research projects, and has been President of ACE since 1975. He took on the post of Acting Editor of Ekistics in 1977 and has been Editor since 1983. He is a Founding Member and has been Secretary-General/Treasurer of the World Society for Ekistics (WSE) since 1965. The text that follows is a revised and expanded version of a presentation by the author at the WSE Symposion "Defining Success of the City in the 21st Century," Berlin, 24-28 October, 2001.



How to Cite

Psomopoulos, P. (2002). Disabled people in disabling settlements. Ekistics and The New Habitat, 69(412-414), pp. 131–138. https://doi.org/10.53910/26531313-E200269412-414398