Kuwait's New Palace of Justice to Become World's Tallest and Largest Judicial Building
19 days ago - By Arch Daily
Courtesy of Pan Arab Consulting Engineers and SSH
The new Palace of Justice in Kuwait by Pan Arab Consulting Engineers and SSH is currently under construction. When complete, it will become the the world's tallest and largest judicial building. Al-Diwan Al-Amiri plans for the project to include a 25-story building with 123 courtrooms, as well as both automated and conventional parking for 3000 cars. The Palace is designed to be a "symbol of fairness and integrity" for Kuwait.
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