Posts Tagged ‘Georgia’
Saturday, July 30th, 2016
Article source: Studio Fuksas
The Tbilisi Public Service Hall is situated in the central area of the city and it overlooks the Kura river.
The building 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.
Image Courtesy © Moreno Maggi
- Architects: Studio Fuksas (Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas)
- Project: Tbilisi Public Service Hall
- Location: Sanapiro Street 2, Tbilisi, Georgia
- Photography: Moreno Maggi
- Client: LEPL Civil Registry Agency – LEPL National Public Registry Agency
- Engineering: Studio Sarti, AI Engineering
- General Contractor: Huachuan Georgia Company LTD
- Cost: $ 54.000.000
- Gross Area: 42 000 m²
- Built Area: 265.000 cubic meter
- Main hall surface: 4 385 m²
- “Leaves” surface: 24 800 m²
- Structural glass (enclosure): 2 390 m²
- Facade: 11 800 m²
- Parking Plots: 838 (426 coperti)
- Period: 2010-2012
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: STUDIO FUKSAS
The project site is located inside the green area called Rhike Park, in Tbilisi, Georgia. The building consists of two different soft shaped elements that are connected as a unique body at the retaining wall. Every elements has his own function: The Musical Theatre and the Exhibition Hall. The north part of the building contains the Musical Theatre Hall (566 seats), the foyer and several facilities, together with technical spaces for theatre machinery and various storages. The Exhibition Hall opens his great entrance with a ramp that brings visitors from the street level. The Music Theatre Hall, on the contrary, soars from the ground and allows the users staying in the foyer and in the cafeteria to have a view to the river and the skyline of the city. It is a periscope to the city and looks towards the river framing the historic core of the Old Tbilisi.
Image Courtesy © STUDIO FUKSAS
- Architects: STUDIO FUKSAS
- Project: Rhike Park, Music Theatre and Exhibition Hall
- Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
- Client: Tbilisi Development Fund
- General contractor: permasteelisa s.p.a.
- Engineering: studio sarti, ai engineering
- Aoustics: Ai Engineering
- Site Area: 10 000 m²
- Gross Floor Area: 9 200 m²
- Music Theatre: 550 seats – 900 m²
- Exhibition Hall: 2000 m²
- Period: 2010-ongoing
- Concept Design: 5 July 2010
- Preliminary project: 14 December 2010
- Tender Phase: 20 May 2011
Tuesday, February 9th, 2016
Article source: NADAAA
During the middle of the last century, the College of Architecture at Georgia Tech was guided by the work and pedagogy of architect Paul M. Heffernan (director, 1956-75), who contributed to the establishment of a modern discourse based on Bauhaus-influenced functionalism. Heffernan also exerted a significant impact on the campus at-large, designing several modern buildings during the 1940s and 50s that constitute an enclave he labeled the “academic village.” The Hinman Research Building (1939) was the first of these to be built; it received major additions and renovations throughout the last century to accommodate changing needs.
Image Courtesy © Jonathan Hillyer
- Architects: NADAAA
- Project: HINMAN RESEARCH BUILDING
- Location: Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
- Photography: Jonathan Hillyer
- Project Size: 35,826 square feet
- Completion Date: January 2011
Saturday, November 21st, 2015
Article source: Trahan Architects
Atlanta’s Tony Award winning Alliance Theatre has released final design renderings of its theatre transformation by the New York Design Studio of Trahan Architects. The project will include a complete transformation of the Alliance Stage, the theater’s rehearsal spaces, education spaces, and artist support facilities.
Theatre From Stage, Image Courtesy © Trahan Architects
- Architects: Trahan Architects
- Project: Alliance Theatre Transformation
- Location: Atlanta, Georgia
- Software used: Rhino, Maya and Revit
- STATUS: Construction Drawings
- SIZE: 70,000 GSF
- DATE PROJECTED: July 2018
- COST: Withheld
Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
Article source: J. MAYER H. Architects
HIGHWAY REST STOPS 1-2, Rest Stops for the new Highway in Gori, Georgia
In 2009, the head of the Roads Department of Georgia commissioned J. MAYER H. to design a system of 20 rest stops for the new highway, a thoroughfare that will run through Georgia and serve as a connection between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Turkey. Two first rest stops were completed in 2011 near Gori, a third in Lochini was finished 2012. The new rest stops are located on selected scenic viewpoints along the route and serve as activators for their area and neighboring cities, including not only nearby a gas stations and supermarket, but also a farmers market and a cultural space for local arts and crafts.
Image Courtesy © Marcus Buck
- Architects: J. MAYER H. Architects
- Project: Highway Rest Stops
- Location: Gori, Georgia
- Photography: Marcus Buck
- Software used: ArchiCad and Maya
- Project architect: Dr. Paul Angelier, Juergen Mayer H.
- Project team: Marcus Blum, Guy Levy
- Clients: JSC Wissol Petroleum Georgia, Socar Georgia Petroleum, Tbilisi
- Architect on site: Kobulieli and Partners, Ltd.”Alioni 99”, Tbilisi
- Total floor area: Wissol: 2.000 m², Socar: 1.500 m²
- Project date: 2009-2011, Completion: 2011
- Awards: Architizer A+, Winner, 2013
Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Article source: Architects of Invention
The firm submitted a proposal as part of an invited competition for a new build to the North West of the city, just on the outskirts of the city centre and close to the Tbilisi Court building. The building was completed in February 2012. The brief was to create workspace for 60 members of staff, a substantial lobby and car parking. Work began in May 2011 and the building was completed in early 2012.
Image Courtesy © NAKANIMAMASAKHLISI
- Architects: Architects of Invention
- Project: Prosecutors Office
- Location: Aghmashenebeli alley Tbilisi
- Photography: NAKANIMAMASAKHLISI
- Software used: AutoCad, Skecthup, Rhino
- Client: MINISTRY OF JUSTICE GEORGIA WWW.JUSTICE.GOV.GE
- Structural engineer: ENGENUITI.COM UK / PROGRESI.COM.GE GEORGIA
- Constructional engineer: PROGRESI
- Design participation: FULL DESIGN CONTROL FROM SKETCH TO COMPLETION – STAGES – SD, DD, CD + SITE SUPERVISION
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Article source: Lord Aeck Sargent
At Young Harris College, when talking about the institution’s newest residence hall, you could recite the adage, “What’s old is new again,” and on the face of it, you’d be right.
YHC, which less than six years ago began its transition from a two-year to a four-year institution, hired architecture and planning firm Lord Aeck Sargent (LAS) to design the Towers– a 226-bed residence hall that opened in August 2013.
With double occupancy rooms arranged around communal bathrooms and a shared common area, the Towers sounds a lot like a mid-20th century dormitory building. But, there’s a twist.
The Towers at Young Harris College is a residence hall for freshmen only. It limits the space in the living units and maximizes common spaces in order to encourage socialization and community building among students just entering college,Image Courtesy © Jonathan Hillyer
- Architects: Lord Aeck Sargent
- Project: The Towers at Young Harris College
- Location: Georgia, U.S.A
- Photography: Jonathan Hillyer
The project team
- Program manager: Brailsford & Dunlavey
- Civil engineer and landscape architect: Eberly & Associates
- Structural engineer: KSi Structural Engineers
- MEP/FP engineer: Andrews, Hammock & Powell
- Construction manager: DPR Hardin Construction
Wednesday, November 13th, 2013
Article source: UNStudio
Kutaisi International Airport serves domestic and international flights for use by tourists, national politicians and international diplomats. The airport will become a central hub, with up to one million travellers targeted in 2014-2015, celebrating a leisure or activity holiday anywhere in the ever more popular destination of Georgia.
Image Courtesy © Nakaniamasakhlisi
- Architects: UNStudio
- Project: King David the Builder’ International Airport
- Location: Kutaisi, Georgia
- Photography: Nakaniamasakhlisi
- Client: master plan and terminal: United Airports of Georgia LLC, Air Traffic Control Tower, offices and meteorological building: Sakaeronavigatsia Ltd.
- Building surface: terminal 4,500m2, Control Tower and offices 1,800m2
- Height Air Traffic Control Tower: 55m.
- Building site: 12,000 m2
- Programme: International Airport Terminal, Air Traffic Control Tower and Offices for Navigation
- Timing: Concept Design 2011, design development and construction 2012-2013
- Status: Completed
- Structural consultant: MTM kft. Budapest
- MEP consultant: SMG-SISU kft. Budapest
- Landscape: OR else
Tuesday, May 7th, 2013
Article source: Giorgi Khmaladze
The project is located in one of the newly urbanized parts of the seaside city of Batumi, Georgia. It includes fuels station, McDonald’s, recreational spaces and reflective pool.
Image Courtesy © Giorgi Khmaladze
- Architects: Giorgi Khmaladze (Khmaladze Architects)
- Project: Fuel Station + McDonalds
- Location: Batumi, Georgia
- Photography: Giorgi Khmaladze
- Collaborators: Capiteli (Structural Engineer), Gulfstream (MEP), Archange & Schloffer (MCD Standards), Franke (Kitchen engineering), Erco (exterior lighting).
- Year: 2010-11 Design, 2012-13 Construction
- Size: 5,000 sqm (Site), 1200 sqm (Building)
- Client: SOCAR
Thursday, February 21st, 2013
Article source: Stanley Beaman & Sears
The new Adamsville Regional Health Center represented a rare investment of public resources in a sparsely developed, sometimes overlooked section of Atlanta. It would have to serve not only as a medical facility, but also as a catalyst for cohesion and future growth in the neighborhood.
Image Courtesy © Jonathan Hillyer
- Architects: Stanley Beaman & Sears
- Project: Adamsville Regional Health Center
- Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
- Photography: Jonathan Hillyer
- Software used: The Architectural design created using Bentley MicroStation. Consultants used various other Autodesk products as well.