The exhibition of The Czech Architecture Award opened at Kutaisi International University's exhibition space. The event was inaugurated by the Rector Alexander Tevzadze, KIU Chancellor Magda Magradze, and Ivana Bursikova, the director at Czech Centre Tbilisi.
The exhibition showcases 23 works from the winners of The Czech Architecture Award, introduced to visitors by the center's director.
"We are pleased that KIU students, guests, faculty, and staff have the opportunity to explore Czech culture through this exhibition, gaining insights into the cultural heritage of the Czech Republic and the innovative technologies used in restoring these monuments. Today, we discussed potential collaborations between the Czech Republic and Georgia, particularly focusing on utilizing technologies for cultural heritage development," noted Kutaisi International University Chancellor Magda Magradze.
The exhibition will be showcased at Kutaisi International University for one month.
The Czech Architecture Award is a competition aimed at promoting the work of architects. Projects are evaluated not only for their aesthetic and technical qualities but also in the context of the creation of individual objects. The presented exhibition features renovation projects of historical monuments from various periods in the Czech Republic, selected over the last seven years.