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post updated 2 September 2021
Georgian Architecture Designs – chronological list
Georgia Architectural News – New Built Environment, alphabetical:
Georgian Alphabet Tourist Center
Georgian Railway Head Offices in Tibilisi
Jewelry Salon CHKHIRA, Tbilisi
Kutaisi International Airport Extension in Georgia
LISI Residential Complex Tbilisi
Mountain Hotel at Mtatsminda, Tibilisi
Multi Functional Complex in Tibilisi
National Olympic Committee House Tbilisi
Oreste Wine Estate in Alaverdi
Vineria, Old Tbilisi Wine Cellar
We aim to add more buildings in this Eurasian country soon – submissions are welcome.
Location: Georgia, western Asia
Contemporary Architecture in Georgia
Georgia Buildings – architectural selection below:
Kutaisi ‘King David the Builder’ International Airport building design by famous Dutch architecture office UNStudio:
photo © Nakanimamasakhlisi
CHKHIRA Jewelry Salon, Tbilisi architecture by artytechs:
photo : Irakli Chelidze
When entering a retail jewelry shop, customers expect elegance. So, the artytechs team kept in mind that stores should be designed to favorably showcase the jewelry collection, allow customers to browse with ease and maintain security.
Former Ministry of Transportation Building, Tbilisi design by Architects George Chakhava and Zurab Jalaghania:
photo © Daniel Lomholt-Welch
Powerful and imaginative Communist architecture design. Building for the Ministry of Highway Construction of the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic (SSR).
This index page is for architectural projects in this Eurasia country on the e-architect website
This is a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia. Located at the crossroads of Weastern Asia and Eastern Europe, it is bounded to the west by the Black Sea, to the north by Russia, to the south by Turkey and Armenia, and to the southeast by Azerbaijan.
The capital of the country is Tbilisi. Georgia covers a territory of 69,700 sqkm (26,911 sq mi), and its population is almost 4.7 million. Georgia is a unitary, semi-presidential republic, with the government elected through a representative democracy.
Georgia is famous for its ancient Orthodox churches, many of them built right on mountains of the Caucasus. Georgian temple architecture is in many aspects similar with Armenian one, featuring notable cone-shaped cupolas.
– Jvari (Holy Cross) monastery and Svetitskhoveli (Life-Giving Pillar) cathedral near Mtskheta, the World Heritage Sites.
– Tsminda Sameba (Holy Trinity) cathedral in Tbilisi, the largest one in Georgia and one of the tallest Orthodox churches in the world.
– Tbilisi Sioni Сathedral (named in honour of Mount Zion in Jerusalem, dedicated to Our Lady’s Dormition) was the main Georgian cathedral before Tsminda Sameba has been built.
– Gelati Monastery near Kutaisi, the most important medieval Georgian monastery and a World Heritage Site.
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