Beggar's Palace

Beggar's Palace

Q-BIT
5000 sq m site Elongated H-shaped building, separated into 6 main blocks With main hall at center, and twin open air courtyards siding center hall Interior consists of 3-level buildings totaling over 40 rooms, excluding hall and courtyards 4, 22 meter watchtowers with spiral staircase on each corner of building Clover shaped porthole windows, spirals up towers Angel-wing shaped glass windows for front, back and side exteriors Outdoor wall with arches and clover shape moldings for courtyard exterior Twin porcelain fountains in courtyard area Pitched roof with red tiles for front and back facades Byzantine-style central dome with pinhole stained glass skylights, as center piece Held up by 13-meter Roman columns Ramparts for courtyard roof 2 main entrances , facing front and back of estate Fully marble balcony for back facade Side entrance opens into twin open-air courtyards on opposing sides of main hall Wrought iron guardrails in arabesque design for open-air corridors that ring inner courtyard Wrought-iron and glass draw gate, opens into courtyard area from main hall Solid timber main doors with precious metal and pearl marquetry Arched entryway for front entrance, with diamond-pattern concrete molding Concrete Friezes above exterior windows for front back and side, with grape vine and clover patterns Covered niche at front entrance, for ceremonial battle shields display Marble statute of big cats beside front entrance Row of apple and orange trees in giant planters, line front and back * Thanks to warehouse contributors for trees and cat, everything else original
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