The death of the Iraqi architect Rifaat Al-Jadraji

London-ALsharqiya April 11: The Iraqi architect and plastic artist Rifaat Al-Jadraji died in the British capital London at the age of 94 years, leaving behind a great history of outstanding architectural works in Iraq and a number of Arab countries. Al-Jadraji designed the base on which the famous artist, Jawad Salim, commented on the famous Freedom Monument in Tahrir Square in central Baghdad. He also designed the first Unknown Soldier Monument in the 1960s in Firdaws Square. Among his work are the General Federation of Industries building, the Trade Union Building, the main exchange building in Al-Senak, and the Iraqi Parliament Building. The works of the architectural lift were influenced by the modernity movement in architecture, but he also tried to add to it an Iraqi Islamic flavor.


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