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Devi Kituashvili

in Tbilisi Georgia

Devi Kituashvili was born (1977) in Tbilisi, Georgia. He obtained Bachelor degree in Architecture and Computer Engineering from Georgian Technical University, and BTEC with dual distinction in 3D/Interior Design from KCC London (2005).
He has worked on a wide range of international design commissions and building developments. Devi has been instrumental in developing and managing projects in various spheres within the country, with a specialization in the hospitality, media and leisure industries. The experience of setting up and managing a series of projects and events in Georgia has brought him a wide range of contacts and knowledge of government policy and ambitions.
He has worked with UK Based architectural and interior design companies: Redjacket; Chassay + Last Architects.
In 2007, he found studio Karalioki specializing in interior and furniture design.
He is a founding member and the Chairman of the Board of Tbilisi Sailing Club.
General Secretary of the Georgian Sailing Federation since 2011.
Co-Founder and Artistic Director of Fabrika Tbilisi, Multifunctional Urban Art Place.
His Major Works include interior design for the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (Building designed by Freyrie & Pestalozza, David Chipperfield) ; Tbilisi Prosecutors Office; National Olympic Committee House; Ozurgeti House of Justice; Lazika Municipality Building; Batumi Hilton Hotel and Prime Class Residences - RIBA Stages E to K; Tabula Studios; Georgian National Agency for Standard and Metrology; Multifunctional Urban Art Place including 400 bed Hostel.
He is currently a principal of Multiverse Architecture (Formerly known as Architects of Invention).

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Fabrika – Disobedient Dream

BY DEVI KITUASHVILI
@ VOL 23 ON APR 10, 2017

Devi Kituashvili discusses the challenges and rewards of reviving abandoned buildings with the example of Fabrika Tbilisi - a 400-bed hostel and creative arts center. 

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PAST VOL 23

Yerevan @ TUMO Center for Creative Technologies
Apr 10, 2017