In XIX-XX century Tbilisi had and influence of both European and Asian style.  Europeanization of architecture and new norms of life in the first turn influenced the architecture of mansion houses. Entrance halls become a link between public and private spaces. Before we get into a building, the entrance whispers a history and life-story of the house, tells us about its builder and owner, gives birth to the first impression and introduces the urban culture and lifestyle.1The 3 storey building on 93 Aghmashenebeli was built in the 50-60s of 19th century and belonged to Abazov, who was a fish manufacturer. The entrance hall was painted by Beno Telingater in the beginning of 20th century. The paintings represent the continents and countries like Russia, Africa, Asia and America.1