The accompanying design of the City Hall and Square is an effort to meet the objective of the “core of the city” as a meeting place. The fulfillment of this objective has been attempted throughout the historical periods till the present, and such attempts have reflected the living conditions and environments of the tie. The aesthetic considerations and ideals of monumentality have been influenced by these considerations and the actual realizations have been an affective expression of the passing civilizations. The expression of civic design, therefore, has in the past been manifested through the various styles of architecture. However the expression of the present time cannot be fulfilled by a mere introduction of one of these styles because of the technical advancement and other influences on architecture during the last century. This design, therefore, depends, for its aesthetic values and monumental expression, on an articulation of form and space, but not related to a structural concept. It attempts to bring about a fusion of visual arts, technical advancement and human values. In short, this design is a form order fulfilling the functions of the living organisms of the City Hall and Square and expressing the monumentality of the present time through form order.