Boxes, buildings and software, oh my! What do they all have in common? *dramatic music playing* TUMO!
Self-learning in a box and workshops at the hub. Our Gavar and Berd Box students have got it all covered! After the informational fireworks that we gently call the Orientation Phase, TUMOians had their first workshops at the Dilijan Hub. One month, eight trips to Dilijan and a whole lot of experience in 3D modeling, writing and drawing. Want to know more? Look at our photo story on the blog:
We received the honor of being invited to the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, curated by Hashim Sarkis. This is the crème-de-la-crème of architectural events and we can’t wait to arrive in the Floating City in less than a month. Learn more about what TUMO is going to bring to the #LearningToLiveTogether exhibition this year on La Biennale di Venezia’s website.
Krisp’s AI-powered noise canceling software has become indispensable for many since the beginning of the pandemic. With millions of downloads and millions more in investments, the Armenian startup has become the number one noise-removing app. The team behind this pandemic sensation is no less sensational. Get to know Krisp team members, TUMO alums and budding coders Ani, Davit and Suren on their mission to cancel. all. noise.
In case you missed it, renovation of TUMO Gyumri, redesigned by starchitect Bernard Khoury, finished at the end of last year. You might have heard of the 19th century building: the city’s first theater where Anoush premiered, but have you seen its TUMO remix? Let TUMO veteran architect Anaïs Sansonetti walk you through the ins and outs of the revamped structure.