The project's conceptual basis was the desire to create a comfortable residential complex that would fit organically into Tashkent's historical and cultural context. It is located in a well-developed area with the stations of the Uzbekistan and Yunusabad metro lines nearby and the central train station. The buildings' architectural form was designed to modernly interpret the historical heritage and the international principles of functionalism.
The facade elements feature varying depths and heights, creating a rhythm that reveals the basement and upper zones of the volumes, as well as small, transparent corner terraces. This subtle variation in the facade allows for distinct visual separation of the various elements. The main emphasis was placed on the expression of the representativeness and refinement of the architectural language inherent in the traditions of oriental culture. It is reflected in the facades' ornamental elements, which were created using modern materials such as decorative aluminum, lamellas, stained-glass glazing, facade stones of white and gray tones, golden aluminum, and clinker bricks. The functional layout and program were developed following the ideology of humane environments. The facility includes built-in, detached, and freestanding premises for commercial use and parking. The project was designed to ensure that the residents of the multi-apartment complex would feel at home and comfortable, eager to communicate, and start creating a community.