Jurgen Mayer H Architects a berlin-based practice have completed a new airport building in Mestia, Georgia.
Developed as a part of the highland town’s plans to spur its tourism industry, the project was constructed in a mere three months.
Comprising of three distinct wings, the design is dynamically wrapped in a pattern of tinted glazing and solid white cladding. Two branches curve upwards towards the sky, generating a variation in interior ceiling conditions. While relatively hidden from the outside, the structural ribs of the building create a rhythmic effect on the inside.