Our Tbilisi Architecture Map highlights the incredibly diverse 20th century architecture of the Georgian capital. From Neo-Classical to Art Nouveau through the Soviet era and its demise, this map features examples of the most original architecture we have ever documented.
The map, In English and Georgian, was researched and written by a group led by Ana Chorgolashvili, with the support of the Tbilisi Architecture Biennale. Original photography is by Stefano Perego.
Our 27th architecture map, the two-sided map opens to 420 x 594mm or 16.5 x 23.4 inches and folds to 148 x 210mm or 5.8 x 8.3 inches. The map includes an introduction and details for fifty buildings (from the 1890s to the 1990s) in English and Georgian.