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Tashkent Architectural Designs – Central Asian Built Environment Updates

17 August 2023

New Uzbekistan Architecture Photos

All photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

State History Museum, Tashkent:
State History Museum, Tashkent

State History Museum, Tashkent

State History Museum, Tashkent

Museum of Olympic glory, Tashkent:
Museum of Olympic glory, Tashkent

Museum of Olympic glory building facade

Central council offices, Samarkand:
Central council offices, Samarkand

Central council offices, Samarkand

Central council offices, Samarkand

Hotel Samarkand:
Hotel Samarkand

Tajikistan Building Developments

Previously on e-architect:

Uzbekistan Building Photos

1 August 2023

Hotel Uzbekistan, Tashkent – International Style building with a gentle layer of decoration across the facade:

The building form is stark and austere:
Hotel Uzbekistan, Tashkent building

The delightful latticework façade:
Tashkent Hotel Uzbekistan

The latticework façade closer up:
Hotel Uzbekistan, Tashkent building facade

Breakfast restaurant:
Tashkent Hotel Uzbekistan

lobby interior:
Hotel Uzbekistan lobby interior

Corridor serving the hotel rooms:
Tashkent Hotel Uzbekistan

View across Tashkent from the Hotel Uzbekistan roof terrace:
Tashkent Hotel Uzbekistan

photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

Location: 45 Mirzamakhmud Musakhanov Street, Mirzo Ulugbek District, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 100047
Conveniently situated in the Mirzo Ulugbek District part of Tashkent, this property puts you close to attractions and interesting dining options.

1 July 2023

The Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent:
Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent

Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent building

Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent

Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent Palace of the Friendship of Nations, Tashkent interior

The National Circus of Uzbekistan, Tashkent:
National Circus of Uzbekistan

National Circus of Uzbekistan building
photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

30 June 2023

Chorsu Bazaar Uzbekistan building in Tashkent:
Chorsu Bazaar Uzbekistan building:

Crowned by a giant green-and-blue dome, Chorsu Bazaar is the largest farmers’ market in the Uzbek capital. The structure dates from the 1970s. With its heavy concrete structure, the base embodies the starkness of socialist Modernism.

The turquoise tiling on the building’s soaring ceiling suggests an Islamic influence. The architectural design utilises a mix of monolithic modernist shapes and ornamental local styles that came to define architecture in Soviet Central Asia.

A bazaar has existed on this site in Tashkent since medieval times. The Soviet structure was designed to emulate earlier structures lost in the 1966 Tashkent earthquake. The complex contains three floors, with food stalls arranged in concentric circles.

Aiva Building interior (Aiva translates as Pearl):
Uzbekistan building interior balcony

Aiva Building interior in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

All photos © Daniel Lomholt-Welch

Golubie kupola (translates as deep cupolas), built in 1970, building since redeveloped, in Tashkent:

Golubie kupola building in Tashkent

Golubie kupola building in Tashkent

Golubie kupola building in Tashkent

Golubie kupola building in Tashkent

Tashkent TV tower:

Tashkent TV tower building

Tashkent TV tower Uzbekistan Tashkent TV tower Uzbekistan building

Tashkent TV tower

Hotel Uzbekistan (features in the BBC’s Race Across the World), Tashkent International Style accommodation building:

Hotel Uzbekistan building Tashkent Hotel Uzbekistan Tashkent building

Uzbekistan Architectural Developments

Major New Uzbekistan Property Developments, alphabetical:

Imam Al-bukhari Memorial Complex Samarkand

New Twin Capital for Uzbekistan

Samarkand International Airport

New Twin Capital design by Benoy architects:
New Twin Capital for Uzbekistan
image : Benoy
The citywide proposal has been designed to accommodate an approximate population of 2 million people, and with the application of a transect-based planning approach and advanced parametric design tools, Benoy’s design team has produced a full land use plan and 3D massing for the New City.

More architectural projects are welcome for this Central Asian country – please send information noting the building title, architect, date of completion and ideally a list of all consultants. Please also send credited images, noting the precise copyright information to be used.

Architecture in Central Asia

Contemporary Central Asian Architecture – Selection of countries close by – architectural links:

Iranian Architecture

Azerbaijan Buildings

Iraqi Architecture

Pakistan Buildings

Indian Architecture

Congress Hall

Republic of Uzbekistan

This is the index page for architectural projects in this Asian country. The country has an area of 447,400 square kilometres (172,700 sq mi). It is the 56th largest country in the world by area and the 42nd by population. Among the CIS countries, it is the 4th largest by area and the 2nd largest by population.

Major New Buildings in Asia

Guwahati International Airport, Assam, Northeast India
Architects: Design Forum International
Guwahati International Airport in Assam
image Courtesy architecture office
Guwahati International Airport in Assam

AlJabri Mosque Building, Ha’il, Saudi Arabia
Design: Schiattarella Associati
AlJabri Mosque in Ha’il, Saudi Arabia |
image courtesy of architects
AlJabri Mosque in Ha’il

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