Gasoline Role   McDonalds by Giorgi Khmaladze

Gasoline Role McDonalds by Giorgi Khmaladze

Architect Giorgi Khmaladze has designed a McDonalds and Gasoline Role in Batumi, Georgia.


Description from Giorgi Khmaladze

The mission is found in regarded as one of many newly urbanized parts of the seaside metropolis of Batumi, Georgia. It involves fuels discipline, McDonald’s, recreational spaces and reflective pool.

Given the central discipline and therefore significance of the positioning, it used to be determined to supply succor as necessary rental as probably for game to the metropolis by limiting the footprint of the constructing and vehicular circulation. This resulted in a single volume with all applications compressed within.

Areas are unruffled in such methodology, that two indispensable applications – automobile products and companies and eating are isolated from every other, each bodily and visually so that every operations of gas discipline are hidden from the survey of the clients of the restaurant.

Due to this of the predefined, runt constructing footprint, plenty of the supporting and utility spaces are grouped and positioned on the ground stage to be conclude to all technical salvage entry to parts.

Public rental of the restaurant starts from the lobby and its separate entrance on the ground ground . From where, as a technique to naturally connect with the upper ground and to present clients the abilities of at ease transition between ranges, the ground steps upwards and creates inhabitable decks on intermediate ranges to be occupied as eating spaces.

Segment of the eating rental provides survey against open air water parts, whereas the comfort seamlessly transitions into open air patio on the upper stage. The patio, enclosed from either aspect to present protection to the rental from open air noise, gives silent open air seating. The vegetation layer, which covers the cantilevered massive masks of the gas discipline adds natural environment and acts as a “ecological protect” for the terrace.





Architects: Giorgi Khmaladze

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