AGi Architects designs Tamdeen Square as a "vertical neighbourhood" overlooking the Persian Gulf

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AGi Architects designs Tamdeen Square as a "vertical neighbourhood" overlooking the Persian Gulf
International firm AGi Architects has completed a trio of residential towers in Kuwait City featuring varied facade openings and layouts that provide each apartment with unique sea views. The Tamdeen Square development is part of a new urban district located in the south of the city, next to the Fahaheel highway that extends south along the shore ...
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