Future Architecture Rooms / Common Landscapes – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial

Even before the pandemic forced us to do so, c/o now started to shift Lucius Burckhardt's strollology into the digital space. The so-called Googlewalks undertaken for this contribution respond to the question posed by the Tbilisi Architecture Biennale 2020 – What do we have in common? – and the upcoming theme of the Future Architecture platform – Landscapes of Care. The resulting mission statement for c/o now's work is explained and developed upon by their guest, researcher Lela Rekhviashvili.

The protagonists: Tobias Hönig, Andrijana Ivanda, Markus Rampl, Paul Reinhardt, Lela Rekhviashvili, Duy An Tran

Visit Room 2: Common Landscapes

Tbilisi Architecture Biennial
Tbilisi, GE

By organizing a multi-platform series of events, installations, lectures, and performances, the Tbilisi Architecture Biennial (TAB) aims to catalyse a critical discussion within the city. TAB provides a focused space where local, regional, and international professionals from diverse disciplines unite to discuss actual architectural and urban topics, share their ideas, arguments, and positions.

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Cite: Diego Hernández. "Future Architecture Rooms / Common Landscapes – Tbilisi Architecture Biennial" 26 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/946469/future-architecture-rooms-common-landscapes-nil-tbilisi-architecture-biennial> ISSN 0719-8884

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