Im Rahmen das Symposiums haben Studenten und Post-Graduierte zum Thema "Identity and Spirit of Old Tbilisi" Modelle und Pläne einer behutsamen Stadtsanierung erarbeitet. Diese werden in einer Ausstellung im Goethe Institut in Tiflis vom 07. Juli bis 15. September gezeigt. Eine Publikation mit allen Ergebnissen der Veranstaltung wird bis Ende des Jahres veröffentlicht. Identity and Spirit of Old Tbilisi
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|by Oriel Prizeman|
Maia Mania, Architectural Historian and Doctor of Art History Tbilisi "A Unique System of Houses with Courtyards"
Suramelashvili, Architectural Historian,
Doctor of Arts History "Whatever is Eternal and Unique in Tbilisi"
Ingun Amundsen, Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Norway "Spirit of Place:"
Iva Chkonia, Old Tbilisi Region Administrator "Presentation of Old Tbilisi Administration Rehabilitation Projects"
Dag Arne Reinar, Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Norway. "Uncovering the Spirit of Place and Capacity for Change of Historic Towns"
Koka Amirejibi, Architect, Tbilisi State University;
Amashukeli, Arts Historian "Morphotypes of the Historic Tbilisi residential buildings"
Dieter Pfannensteil, Director, EllisWilliams Architects, Germany "EWA in Georgia – Experience of an architectural practice abroad"
Nestan Tatarashvili, Conservation Architect, Art Nouveau Preservation Group in Georgia "Old Tbilisi – now in the capital of independent Georgia"
Pavle Dzindzibadze, Tbilisi Technical University "Life Style and transformation of the Urban Space of the late 20th Century Historic Districts of Old Tbilisi: A Witness’s assessment"
William Mann, Witherford Watson Mann Architects, UK. Material Change and Immaterial Culture in London’s Historic Edges
Giorgi (Giga) Batiashvili, Doctor of Architecture and Full Professor "For Regeneration of Historic Tbilisi"
Brian Park, Brian A Park, Partner, Page \ Park Architects, UK "Heritage as Vehicle for Economic Regeneration – A Scottish Case Study"
Lali Andronikashvili, G. Chubinashvili National Centre for Research of Georgian Art History and Monument
Protection "Redevelopment of Zemeli Neighbourhood in Historic Tbilisi"
Maia Mania and Werner Wöll Presentation of publications
Christian Schmitz, Architect, Manager, BDA Union of the German Architects, Germany "Atmosphere of the Place (Specifi cities, spirit): Projects of F29 Architects Ltd in the Historic Conext."
Lado Vardosanidze, Architect, Urban Expert, Professor, Tbilisi State University "What and Why We Do Not Protect in Old Tbilisi"
Manuchar Makhatadze, "Presentation of the Fund for Old City Rehabilitation and Development"
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The study tours of the six winners of the competition held during the workshop Old Tbilisi Identity and Spirit workshop is part of the Urban Heritage Preservation: Identity and Spirit of Old Tbilisi project carried out by the British Council in partnership with the Goethe Institute, Riksantikvaren, Norwegian Directorate for Cultural Heritage Preservation, Georgian Arts and Culture Center "Istoriali" (GACC), and Georgian National Committee of International Council On Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS Georgia). The project is funded by the European Commision Culture programme
Six winners of a competition for the best development design (infill design) for the particular area in Betlemi Quarter were architecture, restoration and conservation students -- three from the MA programme and three undergards. Ketevan Bochoidze and Tornike Dadiani went to Germany from 17 to 25 October 2010, Ia Koroshinadze and Mamuka Kharazishvili travelled to Norway and Nikoloz Maisuradze and Ketevan Tsutskiridze had a trip to the UK (8-14 November 2010).