On 21st September 2013, the largest service centre in the world, the Public Service Hall was opened on the embankment area of Tbilisi, Georgia. Famous Italian architect, Massimilliano Fuksas, designed the impressive modern building which total are is 27,500 square metres.
Sarner were commissioned by the Ministry of Justice to create a unique immersive educational experience to demonstrate the transition from a country that was run by ‘thieves in law,’ to a fully functioning democracy. To achieve this, Sarner made use of projection, theming, interactives and 5m high graphics to communicate the message to the attraction’s many visitors.
The Public Service Hall (PSH) was one of the most extensive and innovative projects the Georgian government had promised its citizens. As Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili announced at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 21: “This new hall is a symbol of relations between the [Georgian] people and the government, which governs for the people”.