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Babur park
Program: Landscape
Status: Ongoing
Scale: 10 000-50 000 sqm

Babur park

There is a project of the park revitalization. Babur Park is located in the historical center of Tashkent (Uzbekistan), it is a traditional Soviet recreation public space. There are embassies of different countries in the neighbourhood. Its historical interweaving of traditions and cultures is the peculiarity of the place.


The park is famous for its local attractions: the Peace Bell donated by Japan, the Seoul National Park and the Seattle Peace Park, created in cooperation with the United States. In this regard, one of the main tasks during the reconstruction of the park was the preservation of existing historical objects and gifts from other countries and the possibility of replenishing this collection over time.
Just like the elements that make up the traditional Girikh ornament, the functions of the park are intertwined into a single whole, creating a cycle of events, meetings, communication, acquaintances, etc.
The future park is intended for local people to walk, relax in the shade, meet friends, visit festivals and holidays, play sports, jogging, cycling and much more. The tourists can taste local cuisine and meet the local flavor, or take a walk near their hotel or embassy. The project pays special attention to the kitchen. The main street connects two entrances of the park, it is the Food Promenade - a platform for culinary ambassadors of world cuisines. Each pavilion is unique and represents the architectural features of different countries which cuisines it represents.

Communication formats

Also the park has spaces for various formats of communication. There are decks by the water for meeting company and recreation areas in the green part of the park for personal communication. The skatepark and play area for children serve as platforms for forming new connections and rallying young visitors of the park. The educational center and sports grounds are designed in the context of nature.
Babur Park is a park that maintains diversity, and this mixture of cultures has been reflected in the use of different types of trees from different parts of the world. There are a lot of types of plants from the classic Italian garden to the Japanese cherry blossom and exotic palms


Lukasz Kaczmarczyk
Partner, senior architect

Anna Puchkova
Landscape architect

Anastasia Kultaeva

Gleb Goncharenko

Ksenia Zabardygina