Seif Palace

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The original seat of the Government of Kuwait dating back to 1880, the Seif Palace was severely damaged during the Gulf War. Due to the historic importance of the buildings, the government decided to refurbish the palace complex. The scope of the repair work included introducing modern amenities in all the buildings and refitting several buildings to create a museum, an art gallery and office spaces. These renovations also required the construction of a new central plant for providing mechanical and electrical services to the entire complex.

The palace has grown to include ten buildings with a total area of 16,000 square meters. Restoration required extensive research to identify the original finishes and features of the buildings to ensure that the renovations matched as much of the original construction and finishes as possible.

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