IMC Courtyard


Jeddah’s International Medical Center is one of the most beautifully designed hospitals I have ever seen. This is a shot of the inner courtyard, which is surrounded by the main lobby, the dining hall, and some doctors’ offices. Check out these prior posts which have featured parts of IMC: It’s All in the Details, Hospital Entrance, and a more detailed post from my other blog Susie’s Big Adventure called Triple Bypass.

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American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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4 Responses to IMC Courtyard

  1. Marahm says:

    This is the way a hospital should look— like a place in which one would love to stay, if needs be.

  2. omer yousaf says:

    this hospital looks very beautiful and well designed

  3. Jerry M says:

    This is a beautiful courtyard. So much Saudi architecture looks wrong. Much looks like odds and ends assembled without taste. This looks like real architecture. Yes, it is conservative and old fashioned but it is well done and attractive.

    • Jerry – I totally agree with you. Many of the older buildings here look like there was no original plan, that they just started building. There are plenty of modern odd-shaped glass monstrosities here now too. I am so enamored with this building because it was so well designed and thought out.

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