The Public Service Hall in Tbilisi is the largest public service centre in the world, with an area of 27,500 square metres. Public Service Halls across Georgia were created by the Georgian government as an innovative, modernised interface between public and the state, making it easier, clearer and faster for citizens to access services under one roof.
Sarner was commissioned by the Ministry of Justice to create a unique immersive educational experience at the Public Service Hall to tell the impressive story of Georgia's transition from a country suffering from corruption to a fully functioning modern democracy. Sarner used the latest in AV technology, theming, interactives and stunning 5m high graphics to deliver the powerful message to the attraction’s many visitors.
As Georgian President, Mikheil Saakashvili announced at the ribbon-cutting ceremony: “This new Hall is a symbol of relations between the people and the government, which governs for the people”.