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Yayoi Kusama – Modern Alice in Wonderland

    ‘I, Kusama, am the modern Alice in Wonderland.’- Yayoi Kusama   Yayoi Kusama is a Japanese artist and writer. During her career she worked in various fields, being it drawing, collage, sculpture, installations and so on. In her works can be seen her interest in psychedelic colors. She can be considered as a […]

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“Saakashvili didn’t need interesting architects to design the New Georgia”

  Mikheil Saakashvili, the Georgian politician who currently serves as the governor of the Ukrainian city of Odessa, was paid a rare honor a couple of years ago. He was, to my knowledge, the only world leader to be specifically mentioned on the cover of an architectural magazine, an honour that he probably appreciated when […]

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Tom Dixon – The Most Important Designer Of Modernity

  “If I had not been a designer, I would be a civil engineer, as inventing, planning and marketing for me are more interesting than actual design.”- Tom Dixon   Tom Dixon is a self-taught designer. He is currently the Creative Director of the brand ‘Tom Dixon’ specialising in Lighting, Furniture and Accessories.He is author […]

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Ketevan Sokolova-Qurdiani – First Georgian Architect Woman

  Ketevan Sokolova – Qurdiani was born on January 15th, 1905 in Tbilisi. She’s the first Georgian female architect, who was socially active till the end of her life. Ketevan’s father, Nikoloz Sokolov was a lawyer and her mother, Mariam Porakishvili – an artist, painter. Most likely, it was her mother, from whom architect inherited […]

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Maya Lin – Architect, Sculptor, Landscape Bird

  Maya Lin is an American architect, but she prefers being called designer rather than architect; she’s known for her works in sculpture and landscape art.                                                           […]

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Tamar Maglaperidze Untitled

The talk with Tamar Maglaperidze has been started from the present day and moved slowly back onto the time scale. The latest work, which is still in process is very emotional and expressive. It illustrates the artist’s mood, though she is not displayed on the canvas herself. The previous period art works are much calmer, […]

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North Korean Interiors Look Like a Wes Anderson Film Set

  Oliver Wainwrightis an architect-critic, who, while travelling in North Korea, discovered such interior designs, which are very similar to Wes Anderson’s movie acoustics. Sometimes it seems as if the director has taken and used the ideas straight from this interior: green, apple-like classrooms, pink theatre halls,meadow-green changing rooms and conference rooms. Wainwrightplaced those photos […]

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Sunday Morning Apartment

Design by: Maya Baratashvili Location: Georgia, Tbilisi, Lado Asatiani str. Technical support: Magaike Shengelia Neon lighting: 60Watt Design | Giorgi Maghradze Photo: Khatuna Khutsishvili Work with Metal: Zviad Nadirashvili Painting works: Bobo Year: 2015   This is the first time, when we write about interior designed not by the architect or interior designer, but an […]

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“AUTO – PORTRAIT” by Oleg Timchenko

  Oleg timchnko is a contemporary Georgian artist who works with different techniques. He paits in oil, acrylic, creats photo collages, video installations, performances etc. His three series of paintings: “culmination”, “No Comment” and “Auto-Portrait” were on display at MOMA Tbilisi until November 15th. Oleg Timchenko was born in 1957 in Tbilisi. In 1982 he […]

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Architect’s Fashion

– Why do architects always wear black?  – This is the question you should never ask to an Architect. In this article we introduce you architect’s fashion, how they dress in everyday life and more or less expresses their taste. Their style definitely demonstrates the individuality each of them has in plenty. Even their cultural identities […]

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Kaleidoscope In the Old Funicular

“Who are we?  We are people of different professions, who have a common hobby, photography and it brings us together. Photography for alternative means self-expression, free and interaction way which consists of our daily routines and activities. Why come together? Because we need each other’s help, encouragement and support to do what we like most […]

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ALDO ROSSI not as an Architect, but Product Designer

  Aldo Rossi (1931-1997) is one of the most influential Italian architects of the second half of the twentieth century, but beyond that, few people know that he is a product designer, theorist and artist as well. Aldo Rossi is the author of a number of urban theories. He’s architectural style is poetical, light and […]

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Levan Mindiashvili -URBAN INTIMACIES

  Numerous numbers of individuals are gathered in a modern person’s living environment,which is mainly urban. In spite of this, their majority lacks humanistic and private contact. People are mostly alone. Levan Mindiashvili’s study is more generalized – “I don’t think about the loneliness of an individual person in a huge urban environment – at […]

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Wall Rupture by Thierry Dreyfus

  Designer: Thierry Dreyfus Production: FLOS (Bovezzo/Italy)   This lighting installation is represented in such a “bold” way and it actually is a part of the interior. Golden rupture belongs to a French lighting artist Thierry Dreyfus, who compares his work to an injury, a wound. As for the design, an uneven surface illuminated by an invisible […]

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Doodles by Ruso Margishvili

  Ruso Margishvili is a New York based architect, who in addition to her profession, is engaged in painting. She outlines that her pictures create a certain mood and accurate artistic vision so much that at first sight it is even unbelievable that painting for her is just a hobby, and she does this in […]

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