I bring you this story straight from the Khan Satyry Entertainment Center, Astana, Kazakhstan. This center for entertainment is all set to create a stir as it grows to be the local theatrical central point for Astana, the capital city. The actual building is a towering structure situated at the northern end of the new city axis. Extended over an area of 100,000 sqm, raising from a 200m abstruse foundation this particular piece of concrete forms the premier max out on the skyline. Seized by a mast at the top, the gigantic tent-like wire net constitution is fully clad in ETFE. This is a material that allows light to sluice the core spaces at the same time as sheltering them from intense climate conditions.
The distinctive concept hidden in this novel masonry is that it aims to make available a protected environment taking on a civic-stylized in-house park that steps up the altitude of the structure in rising and falling terraces providing public space and green lushes for the visitors, a shopping mall and an entertainment venue as well. The central part of the building is infested by a large stretchy space that forms the artistic hub of the center. It accommodates varied events and exhibition all the time. Along with all these is a 40,000sqm of vend space occupied by indigenous cafes, restaurants and cinemas. There is also an ample covered car park area. The basic concept of such a designing took its shape in retort to the harsh and extreme climatic conditions both in winter and summer. When this entire set up opens for public it will surely become an active communal legroom and an exceptional amenity for the people of Astana for various public uses.