Gulf Bank was founded in the heart of Kuwait in 1961, and its headquarters building is widely recognized as a Kuwaiti landmark. Dar Al-Athar Al-Islamiyya is currently hosting an exhibition entitled ‘Modern Architecture Kuwait’ which showcases the history and architecture of Kuwait during the period of 1949 and 1989, and features the Gulf Bank head office.
Gulf Bank’s iconic building stands out on the Kuwaiti architectural landscape due to its outer façade. The design of the building was inspired by the sea, using ‘accropode’ type structures which are designed to resist the action of waves. Read More via ArabTimesOnline.