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Public Service Hall


Projektbeschreibung:
The Public Service Hall (PSH) has a new external image easily recognizable and memorable. The architectural concept that generates the shape of this building is both strong and simple:

Thanks to the interleaved frame system, the volume of different levels with unique colors, an image of the new building will soon be identified easily by the citizens of Zugdidi.
There is no other building similar to the new PSH in Zugdidi and probably in Georgia. The image of this building: honest, colorful,... +
The Public Service Hall (PSH) has a new external image easily recognizable and memorable. The architectural concept that generates the shape of this building is both strong and simple:

Thanks to the interleaved frame system, the volume of different levels with unique colors, an image of the new building will soon be identified easily by the citizens of Zugdidi.
There is no other building similar to the new PSH in Zugdidi and probably in Georgia. The image of this building: honest, colorful, friendly, clear, transparent, open, functional, modern and spectacular is unique and must correspond to the image that citizens of Zugdidi have of themselves.

The Public Service Hall presents itself as a volume which is sensible to the place where it is located. It fits carefully as a new gate for the park and as a roof that embraces any pedestrian. The new building shows clearly that the central park has a new extension and there is a new entrance to the new part of the park.

Both values, transparency and sensibility for environment are the building characters that can be applied to the institution that the building represents as well, the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.


1.- THE CONCEPT

A GATE BUILDING.
We propose a “gate building” located between the streets of Zugdidi and the Central Park. The volume presents itself as a group of porches that can be crossed each other and guide pedestrians to the entrance of the Public Service Hall. Under the porches people can find empty spaces or interior glass spaces. The interior of the building is also visible from the outside. The glass facades are subtlety colored in different colors.

This is an unique architectural configuration that establishes two special values: Transparent and sensible relationship of building with its environment.

Citizens are invited by the building porches to cross the building and the new building is understood as a transparent and friendly free access place.

The Public Service Hall presents itself as a volume which is sensible to the place where it is located. It fits carefully as a new gate for the park and as a roof that embraces any pedestrian. The new building shows clearly that the central park has a new extension and there is a new entrance to the park.

Transparency and sensibility for its environment are the building characters that can be applied to the institution that the building represents as well, the Ministry of Justice of Georgia.

A FLEXIBLE BUILDING.
Flexibility in building design allows adapting the internal surface of the building to the functional needs along the design process, and during the lifetime of the PSH.

The building is flexible because the interior is based on structural free surfaces that can be adapted to any use.
The building guarantees the future transformation flexibility because the building can admit changes in the future.

The building allows the provisional changes due to a temporal special demand or definitive changes due to later organization transformations.

The interior changes would be done without affecting the external image of the building.

UNIQUE BUILDING
The HSP has a new external image easily recognizable and memorable. The architectural concept that generates the shape of this building is both strong and simple: thanks to the interleaved frame system, the volume of different levels in unique colors, an image of the new building will soon be identified easily by the citizens of Zugdidi.

Citizens must be able to show the park complex and the new PSH building to their visitors with the same pride. The fact that they all form part of a set in the city center is an advantage that the project of PSH should take.

There is no other building similar to the new PSH in Zugdidi and probably in Georgia. The image of this building: honest, colorful, friendly, clear, transparent, open, functional, modern and spectacular is unique and must correspond to the image that citizens of Zugdidi have of themselves.


2.- THE INTERIOR ORGANIZATION.

The new building PSH is organized in three floors and each floor has its own functional program.

The main lobby is a large empty space which is two floors high, situated in the center of the building and would be the only common space between two floors. This space will be a memorable space and will be easy to be remembered. It will help people to orient themselves inside the building. The main core of vertical communication is located just next to the lobby.

On the ground floor it is situated the FRONT OFFICE. There is also a large porch covered by the part of the roof system of the building. This porch guides citizens from the main entrance to the building and covers a space that can be considered as a new gate to the central park. Next to the lobby it is located the Self Service Area. On the left wing it is located the Meeting Rooms and the main stairs. On the opposite side of the hall there are the Quick Service Area and the Long Service Area. Both create a large unitarian friendly space which is completely transparent, very similar to the standard interior of the already existing Public Service Halls.

On the first floor it is situated the BACK OFFICE. On the left wing of the lobby it is located the Storage and Enforcement Bureau. On the right wing there are located the Public and Civil Registration, Archives and Staff Area.

On the second floor there are located the PROSECUTOR'S OFFICES. Each office is located at both sides of the main lobby.


3.- THE CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM AND MATERIALS

The building is conceived as a combination of longitudinal strips that reflect the activities of the building. These bands are designed with a ceramic finish which is noble, accurate, and lightweight.

The design of large porches that assume these bands through its folding emphasizes the intangible nature of the side walls. These are conceived by glass with different degrees of transparency and translucency. These different aspects are achieved by placing the glass in different colors and different print screen. It is also considered the use of passive solar filters in south-oriented facades.

Structurally it is proposed a succession of concrete columns separated by a distance of 7.20m, saving a span of about 10.80m. In cases where the distance is greater, intermediate pillars are placed to reduce the distance.

The technical preparation of the building is approached from the maximum energy efficiency, the use of passive energy savings and maximum integration and use of the geographical conditions of the environment.







Client: Ministry of Justice of Georgia
Architects authors: BCQ arquitectura barcelona. Toni Casamor, David Baena, Manel Peribáñez, Maria Taltavull. Architects
Local Partner: TDS Technical Design Studio. Hylke Bleeker, Architect
Structural Engineer: David Kevanishvili
MEP: George Burjaliani, Zviadi Danelia
Construction company: ANAGI
Images: Saida Dalmau (Render)

Project: May – July 2012
Construction: August 2012 – June 2014 (Opening June 7th, 2014) -


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    Baubeginn 08/2012
    Fertigstellung 06/2014
    Gebäudetyp Rathäuser, Ämter, Behörden (Neubau)
    Projektgröße
    bebaute Fläche 4.358 m2
    Projektadresse 106, Agmashenebeli Avenue
    GE-Zugdidi
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