Dimitris Pikionis becomes Konstantinos Parthenis’ first student
1906

Dimitris Pikionis becomes Konstantinos Parthenis’ first student

Dimitris Pikionis wanted to be a painter, but instead, he left his architectural print on numerous buildings throughout Greece. He designed the archaeological space that surrounds the hills of the Acropolis and Philopappos by combining universal elements with Greek traditional methods. Even though he had a very successful career abroad, he returned to Greece and fought in the Balkan Wars. He published the magazine the 3rd Eye through which he kept alive his love for painting and philosophical and aesthetic escapades.