This brutalist customs checkpoint was built in 2011 and it is located in Sarpi, Georgia. Overlooking the Black Sea, Sarpi Border Checkpoint with its cantilevering terraces watches over the Georgian border to Turkey. Multiple levels of the building overlook the water and the steep coastline. The architect of the checkpoint, Jürgen Mayer H. is a German architect famous for his postmodernist works like the Miami Museum Garage.
In addition to regular custom facilities, the building also has a cafeteria, conference room, and staff rooms. With its modernity, Sarpi Border Checkpoint welcomes visitors to Georgia, representing the progressive growth of the country.