Project name: GAGUA CLINIC – Maternity Hospital
Author / Architect: David Tsutskiridze / Tsutskiridze+Architects
Built Area: 13600 m2
Project Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
The project presents completely new building with new vision and innovative conception. Main purpose of architecture and also design concept is concrete and colors as architectural detail, also as main component part of design. Green and yellow’s gradation as symbols of productivity and new life, implied by building’s functional purpose, they became main line of design.
The forming of building’s shape was subserved by the land’s geometry, it has the shape of trapeze, more exquisite form of triangle. Architectural conception is not only the shape of building, but also facade. The building has different design of facade on each side, although there’s mutual connection between them. The building has 6 floors over the land’s notation and 2 floors down, where parking and other technical sources are placed.
Concrete isn’t only located on the exterior, but also in interior. In public areas columns and floor preserved the facture of concrete, where confluence with other revetment material.
The main axis of interior is atrium, around which public area, cafeteria, auditorium, ambulatory, pharmacy, administrative offices and other spaces are located on the 3rd floor.
The following 3 floors there’re only medical purpose storages located. Wards, 10 maternity blocks, 4 operation theaters, intensive therapy halls and auxiliary rooms. Clinic is computed on 100 beds.