Last updated on June 23rd, 2022 at 04:30 am
Dubai is one city that has everything, from fine dining experience to the best types of entertainment for kids as well as adults. Dubai also has eye-popping and mesmerizing architecture. If you have ever been to Dubai, you must have seen the towering skyscrapers with distinct designs. These are just the tip of the ice-berg. The next time you visit Dubai, make sure you check out these seven masterpieces of modern architecture.
1. Burj Khalifa:
Who doesn’t know the famous landmark of Dubai, Burj Khalifa is 2,722 feet high. It is termed as the tallest building of the world. Apart from its massive size, the shape and design of this building are also intriguing. Burj Khalifa is the reflection of Dubai’s grandeur. The building was finished in 2010, and ever since then, it has become the main attraction for tourists in Dubai. The building boasts many restaurants, residential suits as well as many bars for the general public of Dubai. At the Top, Burj Khalifa SKY experience is one of the most adventurous things to do in Dubai. Burj Khalifa is 160-story high, and its unique design is the brainchild of Chicago-based firm Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill.
2. Burj Al Arab:
The man made island of Dubai – Jumeirah Beach is world-famous, even the people who have never been to Dubai have seen the picture of this mesmerizing structure. The most iconic building located in Jumeirah beach is the Sail-shaped building called Burj Al Arab. The building houses 202 lavish and luxurious suites. These also include the Royal suites that will cost you around $24,000 per night. The building also houses reserved for celebrities and Royal members around the world.
3. Cayan Tower:
Cayan Tower boasts the most intriguing modern designs of the world. This tower rises from the ground, twisting all the way to the top. This mind-boggling tower has a 75-story tower that twists to a full 90 degrees. How cool is that? The structure was completed in the year 2013, and it is one of the most photographed towers in the world. The tower also houses 495 apartments that give you the most amazing view of Jumeirah beach and the docks.
4. Atlantis The Palm:
Atlantis is most commonly known as the water wonderland of Dubai. The Palm is the most popular tourist destination of Dubai. Here you can experience the most adventurous water activities. This place is one of the best places for all family members. The design of the building alone is trendy among tourists. Atlantis houses 1539 guests’ rooms, many restaurants as well as bars. The attraction was finished in the year 2008, and it was the brainchild of Wimberly, Allison, Tong, and Goo.
5. Dubai picture frame:
We love in a world of pictures, making memories as well as selfies, so the Dubai Picture frame is one of the most famous landmarks of Dubai. The Dubai Picture Frame is located between two worlds – New Dubai and Old Dubai. The Dubai Frame in Zabeel Park is designed in a way that one side captures the essence of old Dubai while the other side gives you the reflection of new Dubai. The architecture is a masterpiece that is 492-feet-high and 344-feet-wide. This beautiful gold structure was opened to the public in 2018, and it’s been a great source of entertainment for tourists and citizens alike.
6. The Green Planet:
There is no shortage of modern architecture in Dubai; one of these is the Green Planet in City Walk that is four stories high. This cylinder-inside-a-cube exterior may not be the hub of entertainment, but it’s undoubtedly a work of art that has intrigued many fans of modern architecture. You will be amazed to see this Equatorial Rainforest in the middle of the desert. The structure was a huge challenge that was overcome by the most brilliant artist Grout McTavish. The Green Planet houses 3,000 species of tropical plants as well as animals, and it’s like a dream come true for any botanist or zoologist.
7. Museum of the Future:
When it comes to modern architecture as well as entertainment, no city can beat Dubai. Dubai’s architecture is a massive inspiration around the world. The Museum of the Future is one such place that opened in 2019 and won many hearts. It gained popularity in just a couple of months.it is one of the most advanced buildings of Dubai that is inspired by the future living phenomenon. The designer Killa takes inspiration from the aviation industry. The construction is a piece of art as it’s the perfect combination of joint-free stainless steel and fiberglass panels.
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