Chain curtains enclose prayer room inside Abu Dhabi government office by Agata Kurzela Studio

Interiors firm Agata Kurzela Studio has reworked the top floor of a heritage building in Abu Dhabi to create offices for an Emirati government bureau, which oversees major public architecture projects.

Located in the capital’s waterfront area of Khor Al Maqta, the workspace is housed inside the former Armed Forces Officers’ Club with its distinctive concrete shell designed by French architect Roger Taillibert.

A steel volume next to the entrance of this Emirati government office (above) leads up to a mezzanine level (top image)

Recently redeveloped and rebranded as the Erth complex, the development now houses a hotel with sprawling sports facilities as well as several offices in its central

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