Zugdidi Justice House
Georgia

Clear and categorical lines outline the silhouette of this building that is the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice in Zugdidi, a city located in the west of Georgia. The open and honest architectonic concept used by its creators perfectly reflects the values that this institution should transmit. Its structure with interwoven frameworks and superimposed volumes had to be covered with a material that respected these premises, and that’s why they opted for two Tempio products:  the FK-16 and the FF-C 9/65 systems. The latter, thanks to its section of tapered vertices, offers a smooth and elegant texture. The White Formentera EB3210, within the gloss enamel range, provides lightness and facilitates the integration of the urban landscape. Moreover, Tempio’s ceramic coverings offer qualities like thermal and acoustic insulation that are ideal for public use buildings where energy saving is an important goal.

Arquitecto: BCQ Arquitectura Barcelona