Patroklos Karantinos (in Greek: Πάτροκλος Καραντινός; Constantinople, 1903–1976, Athens) was a notable Greek architect of early modernism in Greece.
Karantinos studied architecture in Athens and then went to France, where he studied with Auguste Perret.
He was professor of architecture at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki from 1959 to 1968. He is particularly known for the design of many museums in Greece.
Acropolis Museum, expansion-renovation
Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, 1960
Archaeological Museum of Olympia
Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
Delphi Archaeological Museum
Heraklion Archaeological Museum
National Archaeological Museum of Athens, expansion-renovation
School of Engineering Complex, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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