Kokhi Navruz complex was built in Dushanbe in 2014 according to the national architectural style. The complex consists of 5 floors and about 40 thousand m2 are the handiwork of Tajik craftsmen.
Moreover, summer terraces, colorful fountains and music add splendor to the building. 11 halls of the complex are decorated with Tajik national handicrafts, such as plaster, mosaic of colored glass, painted ceilings, woodwork, and stone carving.
Kokhi Navruz consists of 4 halls:
- Didor hall — the entrance to the hall is decorated with “kundal” motifs. This is a banquet hall, the walls of which are colorful gypsum, crystalline masterpiece, which reflects the national motifs. The ceiling is painted colorfully in a beautiful way. The wooden stairs on both sides are decorated with carvings. The area of the hall is 1100 sq meters.
- Arzhang hall — the hall is made of 29 types of semi-precious gems sourced from Tajikistan (also called Stone hall). On the wall there is a mosaic based on paintings by Kamoliddin Behzod. The area of the hall is 1000 sq meters.
- Guliston hall — the hall (also known as the Carving hall) represents a proud display of Tajik carving. More than 6000 sq meters of wood carvings were made in this hall under the guidance of master Burhon. It has 16 columns. The biggest chandelier is 3 tons and it is crystal. The area of the hall is 1650 sq meters.
- Zarandud hall is the tallest hall in the building. The biggest chandelier weighs 6 tons 700kg and has 1600 lights. On each part of the wall you can see the symbol of the golden crown with seven stars. The columns (16) and top of them are decorated with delicate gold ornaments (hence also called Golden hall). The walls of the hall are decorated with gypsum and crystalline. All the work was done under the guidance of the master Anvarsho Rizvonov.