Creative alliance of architects Mamuka Zviadadze, Zaza Cincadze and Zurab lolashvili was born in 1984 in the studio of “sakkalakmshen sakhproekti” (Georgia Urban Development Design Institute).
In 1984-1989 the architects created the master plan and development project of Mziuri Youth Park.
In the same years they had been designing constructions and complexes of different purposes, urban development projects, etc.
In 1989 the tree architects founded architectural Studio “Pyramida” in which they work to date. The range of their realized projects includes numerous constructions and complexes, such as single-family houses in and out of Tbilisi, multi-functional apartment blocks, showrooms, business and trade centers, Mtatsminda Park development, Diplomatic village of Tbilisi, etc.
The architects have won prizes of numerous international architectural competitions.
Since 1988 they are members of the Architects’ Union.
Since 2008 they are members of the Architects’ Club.
2009 – Laureate of international competition Architectural Award 2009.
2010 – Laureate of international competition Architectural Award 2010.
Attraction of each realized project lies in close connection with the environment. The constructions created by the tree architects are compact – main architectonic groups are conveniently linked with each other and future original and integral composition. Specific character of their designs endows each vertical and horizontal plane with special expression, adding the symbolical dimension of stability to the architectural micro-environment.
Mamuka Zviadadze – graduated from the arqitectural faculty of Georgian Politechnic Institute in 1984.
Zaza Cintsadze – graduated from the arqitectural faculty of Georgian Politechnic Institute in 1984.
Zurab Lolashvili – graduated from the arqitectural faculty of Georgian Politechnic Institute in 1983.
Archil Natsvlishvili – graduated from the architectural faculty of Georgian Polytechnic Institute in 1981.
Mamuka Siradze – graduated from the architectural faculty of Georgian Polytechnic Institute in 2006.