The competition was attended by bureaus from Germany, France, Denmark, Tunisia, Malaysia, and local architectural firms.
According to Speer's project, representatives of the judiciary will be housed on 15 floors of a crystal high-rise building that will appear in the middle of the park. The plan of the building is brought into agreement with the symbolic meaning of the Arabic ornament: it consists of two squares inscribed one into the other, the smaller one being correlated with the diagonals of the larger one.
The overall impression of the building should be awe-inspiring for the "greatness of justice." The roof is shaped like an inverted pyramid and is clad in brass; therefore, the sunlight entering the central atrium is not only subdued, but also painted in a warm tone. The walls of the courtyard are decorated with a thin metal mesh, also of a golden hue, the design of which continues the ornamental theme on a smaller scale.