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The 5-Story Suspended Glass Wall Floods the Central Atrium with Indirect Light

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(Click here for close up view of the suspended Glass Wall.)

In a building with many unique engineering and design features, the huge window on the north eastern wall is arguably the most amazing.  The suspended glass paneled wall allows mostly indirect light into the Central Atrium.   Sunrise, about 5:30 a.m. and the coolest time of day, is the only time when direct sunlight shines through the glass panels.  As dusk falls, the brass chandeliers automatically flood the central atrium with shimmering light..  Spanning five floors of office space, the glass wall looks northeast towards Kuwait City.

 

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Exterior Entrance Library Pre-function Hall
Conference Tunisian Room Damascene Room Atrium Prayer Room Mamluk Room
Meeting Room Bridge Reception Offices Crafts

 

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