Building the dome was a spectacular work with a plan designed by young French architect Claire Keravel and Mongolian constructors who started the construction with fitting connections in the midst of winter with temperatures around -15°C.
The utility spaces of the dome are inlaid with river stones and give the feeling of entering a cave with precious stones. Six toilets and six showers, changing rooms and a wellness area with sauna are situated on the ground floor.
On the top floor, there is a polyvalent room with occasionally yoga classes, seminars and exhibition space for artists.
Behind the dome lies an outdoor swimming pool with lounge beds to relax and enjoy a panoramic view.