What has four stories, a twisty-turny maple-veneered staircase, and a desk that resembles a transform fault? Oh, I won’t play with you, as prior to posting this I wouldn’t have known the answer either. Take a look – maybe two or three, even – at the National Olympic Committee House in Tbilisi, Georgia. The redesign was handled adeptly by the firm Architects of Invention. Nika Mdivani and I. Kopocova captured some great images of the museum, really highlighting the mind-bending curves and fissures included in the overall design.