Inside the Central Bank of Iraq

A website ArchNet, intended for architects interested in the Islamic world, contains photographs of the Central Bank of Iraq. The site says "The bank is housed in a cubical building with few exterior openings, and is organised around an inner courtyard which cuts through the heart of the structure and rises 40m".

Source: ArchNet

The courtyard is surrounded on four sides by offices separated by an interior glass curtain wall. The exterior walls are constructed of reinforced concrete clad in marble

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