Tbilisi Public Service Hall in Georgia.
Tbilisi Public Service Hall is situated in the central area of Tbilisi, overlooks the Kura river, designed by Italian architects Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas.
Public Service Hall building is 28.000 mq. It is made up of 7 volumes that contain offices (each volume is made up of 4 floors located on different levels). These volumes are placed around a ”central public square”, which is the core of the project, where there is the front office services. Offices are connected to each other by internal footbridges that stretches on different levels.
Volumes and the central public space are towered above by 11 big ”petals” that are independent both formally and structurally from the rest of the building. Three of those big petals covers the central space. The petals, different for their geometry and dimension, reaches almost 35 meters and they are supported by a structure of steel pillars with a tree shape, visible, as well as the petals, externally and internally from the building.
The Tbilisi Public Service Hall includes: the National Bank of Georgia, the Minister of Energy, the Civil and National Registry.
Tbilisi Public Service Hall Project – Slideshow:
Project: Tbilisi Public Service Hall
Site: Tbilisi, Georgia
Client: Lepl Civil Registry Agency Giorgi Vashadze / Lepl National Public Registry Agency
Architects: Massimiliano And Doriana Fuksas Of Fuksas Architects
Engineering: Studio Sarti, Ai Engineering
Area: 28.000 Mq