Tbilisi Architecture biennial took part in a conference in Fabrika (jungle room) on the subject of LEPL. Creative Georgia Initiative Project “Developing an Ecosystem of Creative Clusters”. The conference discussed experiences, challenges and potentials in creating creative spaces, hubs and clusters.
The international one-day conference aimed to bring together various international and local actors to discuss the role of cultural institutions and their relationship to cities. On the one hand the symposium intended to critically debate the establishment of Tbilisi Architecture Biennial and its first edition. On the other hand, the symposium focused on starting a conversation about the continuation of the first edition of 2018 and the new topic of the upcoming Biennial in 2020.
On 26 July in Georgia, Ivan Blasi (curator of prizes and programmes of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe) and Frédérique Druot (winner of #EUMiesAward2019) presented the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award and the Winning project of this year edition ‘Transformation of 530 dwellings in Bordeaux’ in the framework of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial / თბილისის არქიტექტურის ბიენალე.
„ About 50 owners in Gldani have let theirs garages to be demolished in order to free up some space for public recreation. „
Georgian newspaper “tbilisidesign” interviewed participant of Tbilisi Architecture Biennial 2018 Thomas Ibrahim.
Georgian newspaper “designtbilisi” published article about Tbilisi Architecture Biennial 2018.
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