8 Georgian buildings nominated at the Mies van der Rohe Award
04 January, 2019
8 Georgian buildings nominated at the Mies van der Rohe Award
8 Georgian buildings have been nominated at the European Union Prize of Contemporary Architecture, Mies van der Rohe Award 2019. 76 independent experts, the national architecture associations and the Prize Advisory Committee selected 383 works from 238 cities in 38 countries for the award.
1.Black Sea Arena by DREI ARCHITEKTEN in Shekvetili, Georgia
2.Pavilion for Chacha Ceremonies by Alexander Brodsky; Wunderwerk in Tbilisi, Georgia

The jury will initially shortlist 40 projects on the 16th of January and then in February, finalists
will be announced. The winners will be revealed in mid-April. Later in May, the EU Mies Award Open Days are scheduled to take place in Barcelona to promote visits to the shortlisted and finalist works. The award day will involve an exhibition, lectures, presentations, debates and Awards ceremony.
3.Coffee Production Plant by Giorgi Khmaladze Architects in Tbilisi, Georgiadarchia_dance_hall
4.Dance Hall by David Giorgadze Architects in Tbilisi, Georgia

The event intends to promote the significance of quality and the complexity of Architecture in terms of technological, constructional, social, economic, cultural and aesthetic achievements.
5.Dezerters bazaar by David Danelia Architects in Tbilisi, Georgia
6.Fabrika by MUA - Multiverse Architecture in Tbilisi, Georgia

The nominees from Georgia are as follows: Moxy Hotel Tbilisi, Black Sea Arena, Dance Hall For Dance Choreographer Tea Darchia's Studio, Fabrika, Dezerters bazaar, Tbilisi Park Hotel, Coffee Production Plant and Pavilion for Chacha Ceremonies.
7.Moxy Hotel Tbilisi by Dephani AD
8.Tbilisi Park Hotel by SEDUM.ARCHITECTS

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