Tbilisi architecture biennial

Tbilisi, Georgia

22.10.20

The question: what do we have in common? can produce many answers.


Time and environment are two fundamental notions common to us all. Connected with a person and his location they form a basis of the project where the architectural object takes symbolic role of an environment, which we as individuals create and create for each other.


Humans are fed by the energy received from their surrounding world. As they rethink it, making every thought and opinion dependent on time and environment they are being nourished by interaction with the others. They share it, think about it, form their personal opinions and give back to the common environment. Every person’s feelings, perspective and attitude are unique and contribute to creation of diversity in the society.


The project represents a Social Manifesto - white rotating surfaces, which are arranged in a circle, symbolize the walls of a city and reflect the ideas of passers-by. This is a shared environment where inner space belongs to a person’s individual perception: his conceptual world, where the outside world leaves specific marks.


Important part of the project focuses on interaction of ideas that can be freely expressed and are not limited to any form. Rotating surface offers an individual an opportunity to push interesting ideas forward at the same time removing the others from the view. The inner space of the construction is hidden from the external world bringing from time to time the ideas written on the inside wall forward in order to close the loop of full interaction. 


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