Fuskas just recently revealed images of their newest project located in Tbilisi, Georgia. Situated in the capital city’s Rhike Park, the Italian architecture studio executed a new music theater and exhibition hall consisting of two large tubular shapes. The eye-catching sculpture is meant to be a ‘periscope to the city,’ as evidenced by its funneled form and ability to let theater goers look out to views of the river and historic town. Inside is a 566-seat auditorium, state-of-the-art facilities, and a cafeteria. As for the exterior, the structure is made from stainless steel panels and features an open staircase concept to welcome the public. The complex is also located close to a public service hall that Fuksas finished in 2012.