A coffee factory and offices in Tbilisi, Georgia, has been built in a geometric concrete shell topped by a green roof by local studio Giorgi Khmaladze Architects.

Called Coffee Production Plant, the project is located on a strip of land close to the Georgian capital’s airport. The building has been shortlisted for business building of the year at Dezeen Awards 2020.The L-shaped building is framed by concrete walls shaped to appear as though they have been folded, concertina-style, to create angular edges.

“The all‐concrete facade folds to produce double-curved geometry,” said the studio.”Its appearance changes during the course of a day, following sun movement producing an interplay of light and shadows.” The L-shaped building is framed by concrete walls shaped to appear as though they have been folded, concertina-style, to create angular edges.

“The all‐concrete facade folds to produce double-curved geometry,” said the studio.”Its appearance changes during the course of a day, following sun movement producing an interplay of light and shadows.”

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