Photo Gallery: Glories of Socialist Architecture
07/29/2011
Roman Bezjak, who was born in Slovenia but was raised in West Germany, set out...
Roman Bezjak

Roman Bezjak, who was born in Slovenia but was raised in West Germany, set out to document the everyday qualities of communist buildings. Once the Ministry of Road Construction, this building in Tbilisi, Georgia, consists of five intersecting horizontal bars and resembles a Jenga game. It was designed to has as small a footprint on the ground as possible and to allow natural life to flourish. Now it houses the Bank of Georgia.