Bayan Botanic Garden (KW)
A green oasis at the palace of the Emir of Kuwait
|Architect||Peter van der Toorn Vrijthoff|
|Design||Three 'arches' with a maximum height of 12.5 meters|
|Purpose||6 different gardens and 4 different climate zones. For exhibition of tropical, dry, Mediterranean and European gardens. Lounges for relaxation and business meetings.|
|Use||For the Emir of Kuwait, guests, botanical experts and state visits.|
6 different gardens and 4 different climate zones
This botanical garden is located at the Emir’s Bayan Palace and occupies an area of 15,793 m². Almost 3,500 m² of space is devoted to the cultivation of various exotic plants in the glasshouse. Despite temperatures hitting peaks of 53 degrees Celsius outside, the indoor climate is carefully controlled.
This special botanical glasshouse, complete with various climatic zones, was inaugurated at an opening ceremony on 24 February and officiated by none other than the Emir of Kuwait. The ceremony was likewise attended by various ministers and high-ranking officials of the Kuwait government.
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