Axis Towers is designed on the principle of a "city within a city." The infrastructure was developed with different day-to-day functions in mind, which allows residents to live, work and relax without leaving the building. In addition to the building itself, the developer set himself the task of creating a public space on the grounds of the complex in order to satisfy the need of the city for pedestrian zones. The street, which connects Chavchavadze Avenue with Abuladze Street, will be entirely devoted to a recreation area. It will house cafes, restaurants and open spaces, the area will become a meeting place for both residents and tourists in Tbilisi.
The towers are mounted in the opposite direction from each other, creating the illusion of rotation. They are both similar and different from each other. One of the towers is lined with dark glass, the second with white stone. In addition to colour, the contrast of light and heavy materials is used to showcase the difference between the buildings. The main components of the frame construction of the buildings are the rod in the centre and twelve massive pylons around it in each tower. Among the complex engineering solutions is the system of piles, the depth of which exceeds 30 meters. The total length of horizontal and vertical piles is 18 km. The constructive design meets all international standards. International engineering companies such as Europroject and Hinman participated in its examination. The Axis Towers model was tested in a wind tunnel for various types of loads at the Institute of Applied Sciences at the Prague Academy.