About Architecture – Georgia’s Glass Police Stations

Since 2009, the government of Georgia has built 80 new police stations and plans to build more. The architecture is futuristic and is also very symbolic: the buildings are open, with large windows and help to show that the democratic process in Georgia is open and transparent for everybody.

There are more photos of the glass police stations on our Georgia About Facebook Page

The creation of the glass police stations coincides with the appearance of other futuristic, glass-sided public buildings, including “Public Service Halls,” one-stop shops for government services. You can find pictures of Public Service Halls here

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8 Responses to “About Architecture – Georgia’s Glass Police Stations”
  1. Wow those are great and I like the idea behind all glass.

  2. eripanwkevin says:

    Those police stations are sooooo fresh! Very artistic!

  3. Dianda says:

    That’s a neat looking police station!

  4. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    Very nice! Hugs

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  1. […] and immediately trained up new and dedicated recruits. These days the police can be found in glass-walled buildings all over the country representing ‘transparency’ and openness for […]

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