About Architecture – Sarpi Border Checkpoint

Located on the Black Sea coast, at the border between Turkey and Georgia, the Sarpi Border Checkpoint is a stunning example of contemporary Georgian architecture.

Designed by J. MAYER H. architects and completed in November 2011, the 40 meter high tower consists of multiple levels overlooking the Black Sea coastline.

Sarpi is a major business travel checkpoint. In addition to the regular customs facilities the facility houses a cafeteria, staff rooms and a conference room.

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8 Responses to “About Architecture – Sarpi Border Checkpoint”
  1. bumpyroadtobubba says:


  2. dogdaz says:

    Way cool! You are showing us such interesting things. Thanks

  3. sorrygnat says:

    it is so wonderful to see Georgia’s architectural approach and to watch it soar. total wow; wish I could visit!

  4. Very cool!! Kind of reminds me of a puzzle piece.

  5. Misty Shores is right! It does look like a puzzle piece!

  6. tbnranch says:

    Oh my, stunning to say the least. I learn so much here, thank you. I’m embarrassed to say when I first found your blog I had to do a little research just to learn where Georgia was…yikes!

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