Giorgi Chubinashvili National Research Centre Academic Researchers Bibliography
Born: 1957, Tbilisi Historian of Architecture, Chief Researcher of the Centre, Ph.D.
Research field: Secular architecture of Tbilisi and other Georgian cities.
Activity: Associated Professor of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts, Faculty of architecture; lectures on the History of Architecture of Tbilisi and Other Georgian Cities; Expert-architect of the Fund for Protection of Georgian Cultural Heritage; scientific consultant of the Betlemi Historic Quarter Conservation Plan – Guidelines for Intervention (the project implemented by ICOMOS Georgian National Committee, donors: UNESCO Division of Cultural Heritage and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway).
The relationship of the main elements of urban structure (house, courtyard, square, street). The Annals of the Georgian Academy of Arts, Tbilisi, 1983;
The roots of space organization in the historical structure of Tbilisi. The Annals of the Georgian Academy of Art, Tbilisi, 1984;
Transformation of Tbilisi’s courtyard. The Journal of the Georgian Art, Tbilisi, 1984;
What makes the architectural character of Historical Tbilisi, Journal of the Friends of the Monuments of Culture “Dzeglis Megobari”, Tbilisi, 1985;
Courtyard as one of the main elements of context of Old Tbilisi, Journal of the Georgian Science “Matsne”,Tbilisi, 1989;
An unknown sketch of Old Tbilisi view. The Journal of Literature and Art, N2, Tbilisi, 1998;
Caravanseray building in Irakli II Street. The Journal of Cultural Heritage Initiative, N1, Tbilisi, 1998;
Number of Articles for Tbilisi Encyclopedia volumes, Tbilisi, Encyclopedia, Tbilisi, 2002;
The European Builders of the Tbilisi Geophysical Observatory and Genetic Roots of its Architecture. Conference material of the Department of Control of Preservation of Monuments of Georgia. Tbilisi, 2001;
Space structure of Tbilisi dwellings in the 19th century. “Tbilisi in the 19th century: History and Culture”. Conference organized in the framework of the INTAS research project 00-250, Abstracts, Tbilisi, 2002;
European architects in the nineteenth-century Tbilisi. “Tbilisi in the 19th century: History and Culture”. Conference organized in the framework of the INTAS research project 00-250, Abstracts, Tbilisi, 2002;
Annotations for secular buildings in the book of M. Bulia, M. Janjalia, Tbilisi, Tbilisi, 2002;
The Cellars of Old Tbilisi, Georgian Antiquities N 3, 2003;
Joseph Baulig, Maia Mania, Hans Milderberger, Karl Ziegler, Architekturfrűrer Tbilisi,Landeshauptstadt Saarbrucken, 2004;
To the History of One Caravanserai in Tbilisi “Shuabazari”, Georgian Antiquities, N7-8, Tbilisi, 2005;
European Architects in Tbilisi, Tbilisi, 2006;
Transfiguration Monastic Complex on the “Metekhi Hill” – Attempt of Dating the Structures, Georgian Antiquities, N 9, Tbilisi, 2006.
Giorgi Chubinashvili National Research Center for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation