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Cuboids made up the plenary hall, the tower consisted of a cylinder composed of several cuboids and the amphitheatre and helipad both resembled cones.
The tower was built around a concrete core and it had no walls but glass windows, which allowed for maximum natural lighting.
After independence, Nairobi grew rapidly and this growth put pressure on the city's infrastructure.
Power cuts and water shortages were a common occurrence, though in the past few years better city planning has helped to put some of these problems in check.
The location of the Nairobi railway camp was chosen due to its central position between Mombasa and Kampala.
The 28-storey building at the time was designed by the Norwegian architect Karl Henrik Nøstvik and a Kenyan David Mutiso, the construction was done in three phases.
Phase I was the construction of the podium, Phase II consisted of the main tower and Phase III involved the Plenary.
Construction was completed in 1973; with the opening ceremony occurring on September 11 and being presided over by Kenya’s founding father President Kenyatta.
Home to thousands of Kenyan businesses and over 100 major international companies and organisations, including the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and the United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON), Nairobi is an established hub for business and culture.
The Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) is one of the largest in Africa and the second-oldest exchange on the continent.