TAB will join an exploration of the potential of Common Forms – a method for designing ‘in common’, as well as a definition for design that activates common space.
Architecture and design in the digital age Dezeen founder Marcus Fairs explains how his website became the world’s most popular design magazine and how digital media is changing the design industry.
Tbilisi Architecture Biennial invites you to its first event in 2019 hosted by Goethe-Institut Georgien.
Boxing on a bridge? Tbilisi reinvents its public spaces. It is not how most cities do public spaces, but Tbilisi is shaking off decades of Soviet rule to reinvent itself.
Georgian online magazine AT_ did interview with one of the co-founders of Tbilisi Architecture Biennial – Tinatin Gurgenidze
Georgian online magazine AT_ interviews Reinier de Graaf, who took part in Symposium held during Tbilisi Architecture Biennial.
Beginning in February of 2018, the legendary “Tbilisi Batman” sculpture by Zurab Tsereteli began to disappear from the facade of the former Industrial Technicum Theater. The destruction may have come as a surprise to the larger urban community, but was the manifestation of the complex politics and ownership of the Technicum, its highly informal urban ecology, and the depleted conditions in which its inhabitants live. The destruction of significant 20th Century public art, monuments, and architecture, however, is commonplace in post-Soviet Tbilisi.