This structure was constructed in 1912 and opened on November 1st, 1913. Gottlieb Redecker and representatives of the Kaiserliche Bauverwaltung designed the building. The Sander and Kock construction company built this structure. Garden design for the TIntenpalast was given to town planner Karl Zirkler and town clerk George Kerby (1884–1962) in 1931. Hugo Stoessel planted 100 olive trees in 1934, but sadly none survived. It is presently referred to as the Seat of the Namibian Parliament located in Robert Mugabe Avenue location.