Designed by artytechs architects, the main part of the Tibilisi Residential House building consists of 4 floors, which is vertically developed on the landmark of the highest point of the terrain.
Designed by artytechs architects, the Tsodoreti House is located near the Tsodoreti forest, in front of the greenery of a natural landscape.
Designed by artytechs architects, The Mtatsminda Hotel is located on a Mtatsminda mountain that sharply divides the southeast boundary of Tbilisi and is the main dominant silhouette of the city.
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Design by artytechs architects, Eliava Park amongst other things, features an open-air amphitheater for events, open cafes, a water mirror with glass a surface and a children’s zone with 3 meter tall book.
Oreste Wine Estate, Alaverdi, Georgia, design by Stipfold Architects: a path leads through a vineyard towards where two buildings and a connecting bridge beautifully frame distant Alaverdi Monastery.
The Multi Functional Complex in central Tbilisi, Georgia, designed by artytechs, includes shopping and entertainment centers, sport and recreation spaces, cafes, restaurants and residential apartments.
Didube Chughureti District masterplan by GRAFT, creating a scenic and dynamic landscape and a healthy work environment with a wide range of activities for visitors and residents, meshing with existing urban fabric.
Designed by Stipfold Architects Slashback House was realized through bottom-up approach; Forms emerged after deciding how spaces with specific functionalities would be arranged in the house.
Altihut Kazbegi, Georgia hotel building design by Stipfold Architects – a hut at 3014 meters above sea level, a resting space for mountaineers and a hotel for guests who want to enjoy nature in the mountains.
UNStudio’s design for the newly extended terminal takes advantage of the linearity of its composition, as well as introducing a sense of place through the strong topological variation that references the beautiful Caucasus Mountains.
Design: Stipfold Architect. The building’s fully-fledged relationship with natural light is exquisitely balanced with privacy; The roadside windows let a daylight illuminate the living room and the second floor bedrooms, but their positioning make it impossible for an outsider to grasp interior activities.
Design: Stipfold Architects
The house splits the outdoor space in two and stretches between fences. A double entrance, one leading to a garage, cuts through the side fence and is separated by a wall keeping parking out of sight.
Design: Architects of invention
A new municipality building for a Black Sea city which is yet to be built. This marine, economic and commercial centre was intended to be one of the largest cities in Georgia but its future hangs in the balance.