Fabrika is the cultural center in Tbilisi, Georgia located in an old industrial building, which was transformed into space for rebellious minds to create and share. Now a soviet sewing factory has been revived and transformed into the hub of artist and creative industries bringing together enthusiastic individuals ready to stretch their minds with new exhilarating experiences.
The space now continues its life as the popular hotspot that unites artist studios and shops, educational institutions, co-working space, the biggest in the region hostel, urban style cafes and bars run by locals, open space courtyard for meeting and socializing and ever-changing events.
Bringing together all these industries and artists leads to the cross-exchange of ideas, experiences and to new co-created projects.
For like-minded individuals, both locals and travelers, Fabrika became the platform for meeting with a great vibe and prodigious space in Tbilisi to create and share, co-work, learn, socialize or even have a sleepover. Fabrika has become the symbol of revitalization, recreation and reinvention for Tbilisi.
The centre believes in openness, innovations, changes and growth, and is always curious of new experiences and challenges!
What makes the organisation unique?
Fabrika has successfully created the ecosystem of the sustainable economy by carefully chosen residents, activities and well-organised business model.
- Nestan Mamatsashvili
Multifunction Hall, Conference Room, Meeting Room, Workshop room, Music Recording Studio, Multimedia or Audiovisual Studio, Shop or other retail space, Hostel, Café / Bar, Restaurant, Co-working Space, Community Areas, Multi-purpose Space, Courtyard
Research, Exhibition and Programming, Education and Training, Financing and grant making
Music, Visual Arts, Multimedia and interactive Arts, Film, Crafts, Publishing, Advertisement and Marketing, Fashion, Design, Architecture and Urbanism, Education, Community and Relational Arts, Democratic and civil society development, Gastronomy, Sports, Entrepreneurship