Fuskas, an Italian architecture firm, designed a theater building that utilizes an eccentric tube shape.
The structure is one part music theater, with the other part dedicated to functioning as an exhibition space. Located in Rhike Park of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, the building stands out near the Kura River like a landed spaceship, with its reflective stainless steel plates offering the area a stunning contrast. The theater building is equipped with an auditorium that has seating for up to 566 people and features a cafeteria as well.
A geometric pattern lines the entrance to the building, with the diamond shapes continuing to the interior and allowing natural sunlight to seep in. This gives the concrete and steel that comprises the building a warmer look, making the space more inviting while maintaining its futuristic aesthetic.
Photo Credits: designboom, fuksas
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