The new Sulaibikhat Clinic building by AGi Architects is an architectural marvel that serves as a stunning example of the architecture of Kuwait. The building features a sparkling geometrical golden facade against steel grey outer walls that fulfill the projects need for security and privacy.
The clinic has been designed so that each of the separate wings can be sectioned off into fully functioning, standalone wards. The clinic is also color-coded, as denoted by a giant mosaic apparent upon entrance, which is particularly useful given the myriad of languages likely to be spoken by visitors.
AGi Architects, which has offices in Madrid and Kuwait and is known for work in the healthcare industries, designed the project to be a revolutionary addition to the city's medical landscape.
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