The restaurant Sadko is a three-floor building built on an artificial peninsula in the centre of Baku bay. The installation is based on a half-moon shape in plant that defines an "external side" that overlooks on the bay and an internal side which looks on an amphitheatre square. Three levels, aligned on the extremity South, degrade "to terraces" on the extremity North, giving space to wide uncovered terraces.
In section the fronts are tilted, as well as the pillars of the structure, realizing a volume of conical surface, adorned by the important cornices with function of shading the front, drawn in curved section, which covers the attic and crowns each floor by putting in prominence the curved – conically trend of the building. The ground floor (lev.1) will accommodate, in a wide public space, the thematic kitchens arranged in islands, the second floor a high class restaurant and the third one a disco.
Wide service spaces and public places are in the basement and a "small tower" put on the roof of the third floor lets enjoy of a wide VIP terrace with sight on the bay.