|||||||The site references the architectural layouts of Roman and Hellenic civilisations|The conference hall is positioned between the upper and and lower houses|The gardens are inspired by the El Anasser and Diar el Mahcoul parks|The transition from exterior to interior is marked by progressively more refined materials|The project brings together the People’s National Assembly, the Senate and Congress for the first time|The intricate domes and luscious gardens are both in keeping with Algerian architecture||
29 Oct 2014

Plans for Algerian Parliament unveiled

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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