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This has been a busy week for me as I traveled to Tbilisi, Georgia to wrap up a commercial/residential project, booked a TV appearance to discuss design and then hosted a book signing to complete the trip. After 4 days in Tbilisi, I had the pleasure to attend a private dinner at Leila Heller Gallery hosted by Galerie Magazine in NYC. An artful ending to a busy week!
Selfie with guest at book signing for The Four Elements of Design in Tbilisi, Georgia
TV appearance in Tbilisi, Georgia
Dinner at Leila Heller Gallery hosted by Galerie Magazine
Celebrating with the team at Tbilisi Gardens
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What is the concept of your design?
Vicente Wolf: Together with the Tbilisi Gardens project manager, we created the concept Light and Space, combining the idea of a green park and an airy sky-scraper. It was truly difficult to create something like this in a city already overloaded with buildings. In the evening, when you get home feeling tired, it’s important to have a comfortable atmosphere where you can easily forget your everyday problems, where you can relax. Of course, design plays a crucial role here- from the wall colors, floor coverings and kitchen to a comfortable bedroom. We’ve aligned all of it to our concept and created our line: light pastel colors, a refined and sophisticated atmosphere, top quality materials – all of this to be found in the style of Tbilisi Gardens. Every detail here is well-thought out.
In general, there are several waves characterizing the architecture of Tbilisi. Some of the buildings and districts are filled with a distinctly Asian spirit. The second wave is the architecture of a later period which brings the atmosphere of a European city, and then there’s the third wave with mixed chaotic constructions. I think what is lacking is greenery and with Tbilisi Gardens we’ve worked to create such an environment. This will not be a tall building lost among other buildings of different sizes, where you’re unable to breath and there’s no space.