Georgian online business magazine Marketer writes about the branding of Tbilisi Architecture Biennial done by advertising agency Kollektiv
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Hey! The benches are ready. Arrange them as you like. Place them as you like. It will not rain rest of the day and tomorrow is sunny.
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Graffiti ends up to be the most immediate method of self-expression, maybe this is the reason of it having the most authentic and timely content.
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Boiler is positioned in the very centre of Tbilisi, just off the luxurious Rustaveli Avenue. It is the unofficial central Tbilisi headquarters of the first Tbilisi Biennial of Architecture, the core of which is located in the periphery of the city – primarily in the suburb of Gldani, as well as in the former Tbilisi Technical University, which is now inhabited by Internally displaced persons from the Russian-occupied regions of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
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Georgian broadcasting company reported about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. Continue reading “Rustavi 2 reports about TAB”
A discourse on urban informality in Georgia’s capital and why buildings are not enough. Responses to the city’s chaotic development at the inaugural edition of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial, Tbilisi.
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Georgian online magazine AT_ writes about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial. Continue reading “AT_ writes about TAB”
Helloblog writes about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial.
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Georgian online magazine AT_ writes a review about upcoming Tbilisi Architecture Biennial program. Continue reading “AT_ reviews TAB program”