Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Nodar Amashukeli

Nodar Amashukeli was born on 8 July, 1957 in Tbilisi.  In 1982, he graduated the Faculty of Architecture of the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. The same year he joined the design institute Kurortproekt. Later he worked at the Centre of Archaeological Studies as architect and in the studio of Zurab Tsereteli.  In 1990 he joined the Chair of Monumental and Decorative Arts of the Faculty of Architecture of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts and was elected head of the chair in 1997. At present, he is the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture. He has co-authored several research papers with Guram Kipiani (Colchain and Phrygian Dwellings, Vani ) and produced illustrations for a Glossary of Archaeological Terms.
Amashukeli collaborated with teams of architectsto produce architectural designs for the Karishkhala Hotel in the township of Bakuriani, a pavilion of mineral waters in the township of Likani, a sanatorium in the township of Kvishkheti, Archaeological Museum in the town of Vani, interior and exhibition designs for the Museum of Argonauts in the township of Tchkvishi, a service building design forSakaeronaviagatsia and its surroundings in Tbilisi; restoration/conservation designs for the township of Dzalisa, the town of Vani, the town of Ozurgeti and Grakliani Gora; reconstruction designs for NikoNikoladze Memorial House in the town of Poti, DimitriKipiani Memorial House in Kvishkheti, the building of PolytechnicInstitute in UshangiChkheidzeStreet, Tbilisi, Puppet Theatre building design in David Aghmashenebeli Avenue, Tbilisi and the reconstruction design for the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. In 2012 he was the curator of the Georgian Pavilion of the 13th International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale.
Amashukeli became a docent in 1996 and professor in 2003. He is the member of the Architects’ Union and the Designers’ Union of Georgia and a professor of the International Academy of Architecture. He has received a letter of appreciation from the President of Georgia and a Medal of Honour.
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