Irakli Eristavi

Partner / zerozero Architects

Prešov, Košice (SK)

Irakli Eristavi (b. 1969, Tbilisi) graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Slovak Technical University, in Bratislava (1993). After living briefly in London, Berlin and Bratislava and doing postgraduate studies at the IHS, Institute of Housing Studies Rotterdam in 2000, he founded zerozero in Presov in 2002. In 2008 zerozero designed the Sideways installation for the Czech-Slovak pavilion at the venice biennale and in 2010 their largest commission to date, the European Cultural Capital 2013 Kulturpark project in Košice.

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