Dubai building news – Dubai plans miniature city on planet Mars ; ‘The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour’ for Emaar Properties ; Hyperloop Pods and Portals in Dubai by BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group ; 1/JBR, 46 storey luxurious tower overlooking the upcoming Dubai Eye and The Palm.
Design: Grimshaw Architects
The Sustainability Pavilion building will be a celebration of ecology, sustainable technologies and design, with an overall scheme that works in harmony with the exhibitions it will house.
LW Design Win Restaurant Design Award At SBID Awards 2016 – rustic reclaimed timbers contrast with luxurious Italian Statuario Marble, with highlights in a brushed bronze metal finish.
Design: OMA, Architects
Alserkal Avenue to inaugurate UAE’s first OMA-designed space with exhibition of modern and contemporary Syrian art.
The building will show works from the Atassi Foundation’s collection.
BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group unveils the design for autonomous transportation system and the world’s first Hyperloop pods and portals in Dubai, UAE just as Hyperloop One inks major deal with Dubai Roads and Transport Authority.
Design: Studio Niko Kapa
Relating to both the sea and the city and in constant dialogue between them, the building bridges the city with the sea and vice-versa. Conceived as a continuation and a transition through the wide public space, the building dives into the ocean and merges with it.
Design: Broadway Malyan, architects
Addition of an ultra-luxury resort to the existing Jumeirah Beach Hotel, which will comprise 350 hotel rooms with panoramic beachfront views of Burj Al Arab, dedicated new beach offering private beach experiences.
The client asked us to design a building that would become a symbol for Dubai. Sydney has it’s Opera House and New York has the Statue of Liberty so Dubai would also have a building that people would associate with the place.
Design: Kettle Collective
International architecture and design studio awarded Best Future Leisure and Tourism design at the Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets for the Solar Innovation Centre.
Design: UPA Urbanism Planning Architecture
The new Emergency Room pavilion is located between the old and the new hospital, linking the two buildings. The complex is designed as a “veritable citadel” and blends harmoniously with the existing building.