As a result of its proximity to a megacity like Shiraz, the newly-built town of Sadra has practically turned into a subservient to such large a city. So as to raise the living and cultural standards of the town, several thematically cultural projects have been devised in one of the major hubs of the town. To serve this purpose, the concept of public and interactive spaces have been greatly accentuated in this project.
We reached the conclusion that the concern of this project was juxtaposition of four public spaces/states each of which demanding its own distinctive spatial features. The exterior, on the one hand, encompasses an area for artistic interactions and on the other hand, it actually is an accessible plaza for the people in the park. The former was supposed to be a retreat away from the ideological surveillance of the authority in spite of its accessibility to the public as well as its extensiveness; That is to say it was meant to provide an enclosed public space far from any inspection and at the same time quite freedom-oriented for parties of a few members like music bands or drama groups. That was while the latter was intended to be an autonomous and welcoming site joined to the park where common people would probably choose to go on a picnic or have fun in. The interior called for an unrestrained and adaptable atmosphere which could be home for various unpredictable events while at the same time approving of the variable nature of arts. The public plaza welcoming individuals, the free-of-inspection plaza designed for artists' assembly, the closed spaces for various cultural applications and the area aimed and equipped for unpredictable artistic purposes are the four component parts that the design of the structure brings together in a single construction.