Ceremony Field and Protocol Building
Ashgabat – 2011
Designed for the special purpose of bringing the statesmen and the people together, the Ceremony Field and Protocol Building is located in the middle of the key official buildings at the heart of the capital. Having an impressive outlook, the building also boasts unique architectural techniques that are the first of its kind in the world.
Specifically designed for state ceremonies and celebrations and as a venue where the statesmen and people come together, Ceremonial Ground and the Spectators Tribune has an extraordinary location in the capital, right in front of the Presidential Palace and surrounding public buildings and the historical state library.
Designed to host the glorious state ceremonies held each year, Spectators Tribune has an impressive architecture with its external decoration, golden mosaic domes, observation terraces, and a folding shade system which is implemented for the first time in the world. Adorned with traditional Turkmen designs from ground to its ceiling, the effect of these designs has been strongly highlighted by the use of diverse materials such as marble, lamination, titanium and wood.
Equipment: The building has four observation terraces, presidency chambers, a special reception room, other complementary places and a heliport.
Area: The Protocol Building has a total area of 7,240 square meters and the premises extend on a total area of 90,345 square meters with the landscaping and ceremonial ground.