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James Law Cybertecture, the firm behind the concrete tube micro-homes, is nearing completion on another unusual project called The Pad. Located in Dubai, the building's eye-catching design is intended to resemble an iPod in its charging dock... Continue Reading iPod-inspired tower nears completion in Dubai Category: Architecture Tags: Building and Construction Dubai
Arguably the most famous passenger ship of the 20th century, the Queen Elizabeth 2, is set to begin her new life this week as a floating luxury hotel when it makes a "soft" opening on April 18. The last of the Atlantic liners, the 70,000 gross ton Cunard steamship will never set to sea again, but she will continue to operate as an upmarket accommodation, tourist and dining attraction, and
Belgian photographer Nick Hannes has won the 2018 ZEISS Photography Award for his remarkable series entitled Garden of Delight, which examines the intersection of leisure and consumerism in Dubai. The award, in its third year, is an ambitious competition that challenges photographers to deliver a series of images that tell a story surrounding a given theme...Continue Reading Gallery: From “ne
the 'dubai nhabitat' allows people the possibility of shaping and managing their natural environment by absorbing the vital elements of the housing concept.The post rgg architects challenges vertical urban density in dubai with permeable skyscraper appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Virgin Hyperloop One has been making inroads in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for a little while, having already presented its vision for a route connecting cities across the Middle East, including a 12-minute link between Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Now it has unveiled a prototype pod developed together with Dubai's transport authority, offering locals a little glimpse at a potential future of sub
the pavilion provides a solution to the lack of recreational areas for adults in the bur dubai district of dubai.The post proposes ‘dubai smiles’, a recreational pavilion with huge hammocks in dubai appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
What do you do when you have too much garbage but not enough energy? Convert one into the other. That's the thinking behind the waste-to-energy plants that are beginning to pop up around the globe, and now the Government of Dubai has announced plans to build the world's largest...Continue Reading Dubai to build world's largest waste-to-energy plantCategory: EnergyTags: Alternative Ene
The controversial Dubai Frame has opened to the public, despite an ongoing copyright dispute with architect Fernando Donis, who won a competition to design the observation tower over a decade ago. Read more
the project, which contains a variety of residences as well as a design hotel, is defined by a void that pierces the heart of the structure. The post the opus: zaha hadid’s dubai development is set to open in 2018 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
inspired by the shape of a flying falcon, the landmark covers more than 15,000 square meters and four floors, including a 1,717-square-meter top story hospitality lounge.The post santiago calatrava’s UAE pavilion for dubai expo 2020 breaks ground appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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