The interior of the Presidential Palace has to be aesthetically pleasing and practical at the same time, and this has been achieved through the creative use of Islamic and traditional design alongside the very latest technology.
All the accoutrements of life at its best have been incorporated, resulting in luxury without limits. Unparalleled sophistication, sleek lines and rich furnishings will make this one of the fi nest palaces the world has ever seen.
Main Building & Majlis Hall
The Main Hall acts as a focal point for all activities within the Palace Complex, interconnecting various functional units. A highlight of the hall is its ornately crafted dome, which elevates the volume of the structure to evoke a feeling of rich, relaxed elegance. The Majlis due to its sheer size and majestic conception, incorporates richly crafted Islamic traditional design.
HH Presidential Wing
The Presidential Wing is situated on the northern tip of the vertical axis, emphasizing its significance and importance. Featuring meticulous workmanship and unsurpassed artistry, the Presidential Wing is adorned by magnificent sculpted Islamic and traditional architecture. With the first floor housing the Grand Office of H.H. The President, The Administrative Officer, along with his support staff, is located on the other side of the wing.
HH Crown Prince Wing
The Crown Prince Wing, has been specifically designed for H.H. the Crown Prince to carry out affairs of state. Access via an exclusive lift and staircase connects the first floor where the H.H. the Crown Prince holds the throne as the Chief Officer of the wing. This part of the wing enjoys an extraordinary view across the shimmering waters of the Arabian Gulf.
HH Vice President Wing
The Vice-President wing serves as an office for H.H. the Vice President and all of his respective support staff and team of officials. This wing is located on the eastern side of the Presidential Wing and enjoys a striking elevated exposure to the beautiful surrounding environment, incorporating a unique architectural approach that balances formal and informal spaces and landscaping.
The Ministerial Wing is situated in the right wing of the main building and consist of Minister’s office, meeting room Majlis, and secretary area. An architecturally magnificent crafted dome above the hall draws attention to the opulent feel of the internal environment. The meticulously thought out placement of each individual component towards the splendor of the exterior underlines its environmentally friendly credentials.
Supreme Council Wing
The left wing of the main building houses the Supreme Council, and has the flexibility to be able to host GCC, Arabic and Islamic summits. The chamber is extremely striking, featuring intricate Islamic decoration that culminates in a beautifully crafted central dome that gives the whole wing a sense of substance and meaning.