DOMa is an independent institution for contemporary architecture based in Athens.
- Georgios A. Panetsos
- Nikos Soulis
- Thanassis Manis
- Natalia Mavridou
- Popi Koudouni
- Dimitris Kontofakas
- Anna Nikoloudi
- Stamatina Psoma
Design, Art Direction
- Nowhere Studio
- Thodoris Tsirkas
- Kiriakos Spirou
- Prodromos Papadopoulos
Through various activities which include publications, awards, exhibitions and competitions, DOMa aims at the archiving, encouragement, promotion and, eventually, the creation of new architecture, from Greece to the world.
DOMa's main activity are publications, which cover the full spectrum of contemporary architectural creation in Greece and contribute in the international discourse. DOMa's publications include the international journal DOMa and the Greek journal DOMÉS. At the same time, via the Index, DOMa creates an extended digital archive with the most significant projects that have been realized in Greece from the dawn of modernism until today, offering extended visual material and data.
With the annual Greek Architecture Awards, DOMa encourages contemporary Greek architecture. Through juries consisting of architects such as David Chipperfield, Toyo Ito, Bernard Tschumi, Emilio Tunon, Valerio Olgiati, and others, DOMa aims at the evaluation of the current domestic production by architects of significant international status.
DOMa contributes to the production of new architecture. Since 2005 it has launched five international competitions about housing (urban, suburban and interurban), hospitality and dinning, three of which have been realized.
With conferences, DOMa encourages new voices in architecture. It also organizes exhibitions developing themes related to its publications, competitions and awards.
'doma.archi' gathers in one place all DOMa's activity, creating a portal for contemporary architecture that is constantly updated. With a critical stance and devotion to the essential cultivation of its readers, DOMa continues to produce qualitative knowledge and information, developing a manifold program that gets adjusted to the needs of the era and the pubic to which it is addressed.