Design of a hot spring resort in Kurá in Tbilisi, Georgia. The pools are filled up with sulphorous water. Due to permanent shifts of water levels and an extremely unstable streaming speed of the river, the complex structure will be broken down into smaller parts. These individual objects will be interconnected by flexible, yet robust joints and anchored in the riverbed. In keeping with the tradition of thermal springs in the city, each solitary pool will be roofed over by a dome.
Client: Tiblisi City Hall
Architects: Wilk-Salinas Architekten