SSH to design Boubyan Bank headquarters in Kuwait City
The firm will work with New York-founded Perkins Eastman on the office project that will have 7,500m2 built-up area
SSH, a master planning, infrastructure, building design, construction supervision, and project management firm, which is working on Kuwait’s first mixed-use district, Hessah Al Mubarak, has been awarded a contract to provide design services for the new headquarters of Boubyan Bank in Kuwait City.
The company behind, the country’s newly-opened Salam Palace Museum, will work alongside New York-founded Perkins Eastman, a global architecture firm, on the Boubyan Bank’s new headquarters that will be built on a 3,960m2 plot.
SSH said a statement that the building has been designed in such a way that it showcases "Kuwait’s vibrant culture".
The design concept of the building was inspired by Boubyan Bank’s logo. The headquarters will be home to convention halls, public area, and spacious offices.
Speaking about the project, senior project manager at SSH, Tarek Mneimneh, said: “The design reflects the client’s requirements by providing a fully furnished office tower with a combination of maximum floor efficiency and a breath-taking design concept.”
Upon completion the building will have a built-up area of more than 7,500m2.