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EASA 2016 – NOT YET DECIDED

It is the third year, that idaaf offers you articles about  EASA (European Architecture Students Assembly). This year we became EASA official media partner and watched how the workshops proceeded on site. In this article, you’ll know about general concept of EASA 2016 Nida, Lithuania – NOT YET DECIDED. The two week event has taken a place […]

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Front’s Domestic Animals for Moooi

In 2006 design group Front created an animal collection for Moooi and the work hasn’t lost its actuality since. You can find them in all kinds of interiors, from private apartments to exhibition spaces. Front is a Swedish design group; their work is experimental, bold; they’re not afraid to challenge the audience. Group members Sofia […]

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The Pudica Chair by Pedro Paulo Venzon

Pedro Venzon created design of the new collection of Puica chairs based on Brazilian colonial architecture. Brazilian architect tries to present country’s current trends in fashion through his products. While creating a new collection Venzon used architecture left over after Portuguese colonized Brazil. It should be noted that during this era curved windows were leading […]

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Sagmeister & Walsh’s pop art for Aizone

Sagmeister & Walsh created an original and colorful campaign for Aizone’s fall/winter 2015 collection. It’s decorated with cartoon like illustrations and is accompanied by a video where collection items are animated. “Sagmeister & Walsh” is New-York based company by Stephen Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh offers its clients advertisements, webpages, movies, books and other different items. […]

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The school of art, architecture and design ‘Bauhaus’.1919-1933

“Architects, sculptors, painters, we all must return to the crafts! For art is not a “profession.” There is no essential difference between the artist and the craftsman. The artist is an exalted craftsman. In rare moments of inspiration, transcending the consciousness of his will, the grace of heaven may cause his work to blossom into […]

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Ghost Chair  

“Ghost Chair” by Keti Davlianidze and Gigi Shukakidze |WUNDERWERK| was created for Claudio Vagnoni exhibition which will be held in Rome, September 2016. Claudio Vagnoni is an interior designer and a professor of Academy of Fine Art of Rome, who lives and works in Italy. Vagnoni has held workshops and master classes in Georgia. The […]

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Doors of Paros Island

  Greece consists of myriad small islands and the architecture of almost every one of them is characterized by buildings with white round walls. Paros island is just like that. The whiteness of the buildings so reflects the sun that it extremely tires your eyes, especially in summer, however it creates very alluring contrast with […]

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Chairs by Anuka Tavartkiladze, IAAI & Sandro Lominashvili on Design Market

  The third event of Startup Market: “Design Market” was held in Hyppodrome Park on July 17. There were presented the works of three designers:  Anuka Tavartkiladze, IAAI (Ia Kutateladze) and Sandro Lominashvili in the shopping space. It is worth to note that the works of the all three designers are conceptually refined and close […]

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Demna Gvasalia AW 2016 For Balenciaga

  Balenciaga, fashion house founded by Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga in 1919 has been the focus of public attention for years. Cristobal was known as the designer of uncompromising standards; his odd, feminine and yet ultra-modern shapes were trademarks of the house. Over time designers of Balenciaga changed, changed the style of works, created there, […]

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Three-Legged Chairs By Giorgi Margishvili

  On July 1st architect Giorgi Margishvili’s three-legged chairs were exhibited in Artarea’s exhibition space. Half-jokingly “the fourth leg is unnecessary” exhibition went for three days and were presented authors works (three-legged chairs) for last three years. “I’ve been thinking about chair designs for a long time. Foreign experience suggests that almost every architect has […]

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Peter Zumthor’s Tourist Facilities was Build Near the Historical Zinc Mines in Norway

  On a tourist trail near Allmannajuvet’s historical zinc mines in Norway service buildings appeared; they were designed by legendary Swiss architect, Peter Zumthor and they perfectly represent mine’s cold, gloomy environment. 73 years old architect was born on April 26th, 1943 in Basel, Norway. He studied industrial design and architecture at Pratt Institute in […]

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Pezo Von Ellrichshausen’s Vara Pavilion on Venice Architectural Biennale

    This labyrinth-like Vara Pavilion, made of 10 intersecting cylinders, was created by Chilean architects Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen for the Venice Architectural Biennale 2016. Each cylinder touches at least one another, creating a complex network of open spaces. The authors has defined the project as “the series of exteriors in the other […]

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Egyptian Pavilion ‘Reporting from the Front’ at the 2016 Venice Biennale

  The Venice Biennale of Architecture is an integral part of architectural culture. However, this year’s cycle “Reporting from the Front” is more unique, It highlights the capacity and potential of architecture’s role inside communities; “architecture makes the difference”, as Aravena puts it. The Egyptian pavilion commissioned and curated by Architect Ahmad Hilal with a […]

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Photo Project by Louisa Chalatashvili – Blue and Yellowish-Beige Crete

  Louisa Chalatashvili is a self-taught photographer, who’s known among Georgian viewers from “Kolga” Photo Contest. Loves shooting colors and textures, favorite object is a chair, because most often takes pictures of it; as it turns out, her special preferences from Georgian photographers deserve Levan Kakabadze and Nata Sopromadze. While speaking with IDAAF, Louisa said […]

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Punkt chair by IAAI

  The Punkt chair created by Ia Kutateldze is a result of the workshop by Finnish designers – Rudi Merz and Peter Schmid, which took place in two stages. When the Finish designers arrived to Georgia for the first time, the workshop concept was defined and the wooden material prepared. Each participant developed the design […]

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