This brand new apartment complex is about as radical as local planning regulations allow in architecture. Because of the city's heritage, any new buildings are obliged to fit into their surroundings, using a specific colour of facing stone and portrait-orientated windows, in addition to the normal regulations on overall size, etc. On the one hand, the city centre has a coherent identity conforming to Georgian aesthetics and there are few clashes between buildings of very different ages, but on the other, it's staid and stifles innovation.
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