Rhike Park is located in Tbilisi, Georgia. The building is composed of two different curvilinear elements, and these two elements are connected at a corner to form a unique building. Each element has its own function, one is a music theater, and the other is an exhibition hall.
The northern part of the building contains a 566-seat music theater hall, foyer, equipment space for storing theater equipment, and various storage spaces.
An open ramp in front of the entrance of the exhibition hall leads the audience from the street.
In the opposite direction, the music theater lobby is suspended above the ground, allowing viewers to stay in the foyer and cafeteria and enjoy the river and city skyline views. It is like the periscope of the city, looking towards the river and framing the view of the historical center of Tbilisi’s old town.
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Architects: Studio Fuksas
Photographers: Joel Rookwood, Dennis Esakov, Archivio Fuksas, Sophia Arabidze, Nikolay Kaloshin
Lead architect: Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
Client: Tbilisi Development Fund
General contractor: Permasteelisa s.p.a.
Engineering Design: Studio Sarti, AI Engineering
Acoustics: AI Engineering
Review editor: Han Shuang HAN Shuang
Source of this article: www.archdaily.cn
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