Fabrika’s urban atmosphere offers an interesting contrast of old structures and modern action. The interior designers worked to keep the original character and the content of the building leaving most of the place untouched. All design choices to element added were based on a 1970’s frame of reference.
Around the courtyard of Fabrika you will find different inclusive urban cafes and bars, art-studios, contemporary art shops, and a creative-educational studio focusing on photography, modern music, paint, and graffiti. There is a street art-shop that offers vintage clothes from the building’s historic era. The venue also features a co-working space and inner courtyard for events and exhibitions. Is this painting with oil/liquid or drawing with ink/pencil? If it’s the first leave as is. If it’s the other replace with drawing.
“Fabrika is a place for socializing, inspiration and collaboration, where you can implement new ideas, meet interesting new people both local and foreign, connect with free and rebellious minded individuals – Fabrika is a space for rebellious minds to create and share.” – says Marika Kvirkvelidze, Marketing Manager at Fabrika.
The place is multinational as it hosts Fabrika Hostel – the biggest hostel in the region offering 400 beds. The hostel is not only for backpackers, but for families, business travelers, students and others. The prices start from 9 USD per night and it offers different types of rooms for all kind of guest – dorms, private rooms and suites as well. Fabrika Hostel is set to open in September of this year.
Fabrika also has planned a calendar of workshops, exhibitions, flea markets, music festivals, social projects and social evenings for guests to relax and recharge. This is a space supporting creative innovation. If you want to get a sense of the lifestyle of the modern Georgian multi-purpose community, or just share yourself, this is the right place for you.
We are delighted your wandering feet brought you here. Being adventurers and explorers at heart, we are here to connect you with the local scene, making your stay as authentic and memorable as possible. So, speak your mind, let us know what you want to get into: be it crazy mountain adventures, secret hidden gems of Tbilisi, gastronomy delights, rubbing elbows with the locals, art, culture, buzzing nightlife, you name it - we will help you travel differently and discover the city in colorful new ways. The feeling we want you to have after leaving is “OMG that was the best travel experience I’ve ever had”. Yes, we are that ambitious.
We are all about getting social and love connecting people. Whether you want to get down and dirty with funky creative crowd, have a more sophisticated outing to discuss latest trends in modern art, or just have a chill-out session, we are here to get the chatter going. Just come as you are and allow yourself to be immersed in the fiercely alive community.
Lost and forgotten in the historical part of Tbilisi, 8 E. Ninoshvili street, the former soviet sewing factory “Nino” is now the urban hotspot, for locals and travelers alike. With its striking “old-meets-new” attitude, the place oozes genuinely cool soviet vibes blended with funky industrial elements.
Agency - Redberry
Project Managment - Basa Metreveli
Art Direction - Ane Erkomaishvili
UI/UX Design - Samuel Muzaevi
Development - Lado Barnovi, Giorgi Kavelashvili