Ivane Ksnelashvili

Ivane Ksnelashvili is an architect and one of the four founding partners of KILD (Ksnelashvili, Isora ,Lozuraityte, Daunys) Architecture studio based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Known for recently winning International competition projects such as Yangjaegogae Eco Bridge in Seoul, Korea and Kaunas Pedestrian Bridge in Lithuania.
Ksnelashvili has longstanding experience leading projects, starting from his early involvement in Architects of Invention (UK). Ivane joined the practice in 2010 and has led a number of iconic and successful AI projects. In addition to large-scale, complex projects, he has worked on private houses, interiors and small-scale projects including temporary structures and installations.
Ivane holds a BA in Architecture from Georgian Technical University (2008) and a Master of Architecture from Vilnius Gedimino Technical University (2010). In both cases, his final work was awarded as ‘Best project of the year’.
Since 2018 he is an invited independent expert for the Mies Van Der Rohe Award European Union prize for contemporary architecture.