Nodelic | Stipfold Architects

by on Tuesday, December 25, 2018



This modern apartment building resides in an old part of Batumi. Unobtrusive design and brick exterior is comfortably integrated into the environment and a context of the surrounding historic buildings. A simplistic structure of the first six floors is designed with acknowledgement of an overall visual character of this part of the town. However, old material is used in a modern way and in accordance with the latest technics, creating patterns and variations.

The uppermost three floors, which contain the penthouses, have a contrasting and bolder structure and are encrusted with the rusted metal plates. The large green terraces, which are assigned to the penthouses, are located on a rooftop.

Profile:

Architecture: STIPFOLD

Project Team: Beka Pkhakadze / Giorgi Bendelava / Giorgi Tsuladze
Copywriter: Mika Motskobili 

Location: Batumi / Georgia
Type: Residential / Housing
Area: 2200 m²
Year: 2018
Status: In Progress






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