One great new airport is building in Mestia, Georgia by Berlin-based architecture office J. Mayer H.Architects. It’s a great plan for tourism in this zone. Starting from December 24th, the beautiful medieval town and ski-resort Mestia in northwest Georgia has a new airport with a very creative building design. The airport was constructed within 3 months. The project’s objective was to enhance the image of the resort, contributing in this manner to an ambitious plan to develop tourism in Mestia. The concept structure have a great design, in the next photos we will discover a futuristic architecture trend with distinct modules, implemented in this airport. It’s comprised of the three distinct parts, with one dynamically aspect give at the glass plates with special light reflections and two bodies oriented towards the sky.
Photos: courtesy of J. Mayer H.Architects.
Project Team: Juergen Mayer H., Jesko Malkolm Johnsson-Zahn, Hugo Reis, Mehrdad Mashaie, Max Reinhardt
Project: October – December 2010
Completion: December 2010
Client: Tbilisi International Airport
Architect on Site: Beka Pkhakadze
Construction by ANAGI ltd.
Total Floor Area: 250 sq.m.