The new complex will be built on the southern slope of the valley, where the capital of Georgia is located, on the banks of the Kura River. It will include 12 ballet studios, a small theater, a school and a hostel. Ballerina Nina Ananiashvili will take over the management of the educational institution, one of the largest such schools in the world (area - 16,000 sq. M).
The shape of the fan, which the ensemble resembles when viewed from above, is a reference to both the art of dance and the turbulent current of the Kura.
Elements of traditional Georgian architecture were used in the project: the horizontal lines of balconies and terraces shade the facade, creating cool zones around the buildings of the center.
The theater's auditorium, designed as a courtyard of a typical Georgian house, is surrounded by diverging tiers of balconies that surround it on three sides.
The complex of the choreographic center is carefully inscribed in the surrounding landscape: individual buildings are located in terraces along the slope, they are connected by stairs, and shady "grottoes" are formed under them.