The complex is close to the Khan-Shatyr shopping center and the newly created Natural Parks Reserve at Lake Taldykol. The area has a well-developed infrastructure, an existing network of social objects, and easy access to any part of Astana due to the nearby highway. The concept of the project combines modern residential architecture requirements with a classic, rational system of spatial zoning expressed in a functionalist architectural style. The environment of the city block was also taken into account. Sat City is an 11-building complex spread across a 17-hectare area, consisting of residential buildings that form a perimeter around eight enclosed courtyards. Along the perimeter of the first floor, there are built-in commercial premises connected by a podium. The podium rooftop serves as a courtyard with children's and sports grounds, recreational areas for residents, and lush greenery. The project also features a three-story automated parking system, increasing the number of available parking spaces.
The architecture of Sat City complex is characterized by its minimalistic design, with a focus on functionality and sustainability. The building materials and decorative elements used in its construction have been carefully selected to create a perfect balance between aesthetics and practicality. The facades of the building are composed of both vertical and horizontal elements, creating an eye-catching collage-like pattern. The color scheme is subtle and muted, with various types of natural stone cladding (travertine, glossy red granite), clinker brick, aluminum, fiberglass panels, and different shapes and sizes of stained glass windows with enamel glass. These elements combine to create a visually appealing and diverse urban space.
INK Architects have done their utmost to ensure that all aspects of the Sat City complex meet the high standards expected of all demographics. Comfort and design, which center around people, are the primary considerations for the company's architects, especially when creating a living environment.