ASIA-UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

WORLD FAMOUS BUILDINGS

From 'Morning Calm' 1999,2000,Aug 2002, 'Kyunghyang magazine X' 2000, 'Natonal Geographic'1995,

 

Burj Al Arab
  
 Dubai

 

 Architect by WS Atkins & Partners on 1999. Height 321m & 60th floors. Dubai's iconic hotel & the tallest in the world, has a 180m high atrium, which was stands on a manmade island connected to the mainland by a 280m causeway. Materials used in building nd decorating the suites are the best available-Azul Bahia granite from Brazil, Stycharario marble from Carrara, mosaic tiles containing rare Sicis glass from Italy. 24 meter wide helipad projects from the building 210 meters above the ground. Burj means Arabic for 'Tower'. Photo by Oh Duckse (#1/7 Feb.2007), Park Sunhwa(#2/2008).

 

Downtown
   Dubai

 

 
Modern buildings and Mosque. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Jumeirah Beach Hotel
   Dubai

 

 
Architect by WS Atkins & Partners on 1997. 104 m height and 26th floors.The massive cooling plant required for the cooling of the hotel is located at a site almost half a kilometer away so as not to allow the engineering requirements of the hotel to intrude on the main building.This hotel was imaginatively designed in the form of a giant wave to reflect Dubais seafaring heritage. Photo by Oh Duckse (#1/7 Feb.2007), Park Sunhwa(#2,3/2008).

 

The Tower
   Dubai

 

 
Architect by Khatib & Alami on 2002. This beauyiful building is 243m height & 54th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Ports Customs & Free Zone Corporation
  
 Dubai

 

 
Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Souk Madinat Jumet Jumeirah
  
Dubai

 

 Also Abu Zaby, city in north central UAE, capital of the federation, and capital of the emirate of Abu Dhabi, a port on the island of Abu Dhabi in the Persian Gulf. Abu Dhabi is a financial, transportation, and communications center for a rich petroleum-producing region and the site of an international airport and an artificial deepwater harbor at Port Zayed. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Dubai Creek Tower
  
 Dubai

 

 
Architect by Khatib & Alami on 1995. 117m height & 20th floors.The structural system of Dubai Creek Tower, made up of reinforced concrete beam-and-column with waffle slab, has a mat foundation resting on solid bedrock. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Department of Economic Development
  
 Dubai

 

 
Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Capricorn Tower
  
 Dubai

 

 
Architect by Atelier 4 Architects and Borja Huidobro on 2003. 185m height & 46th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Bank Emirates & Harbour
   Dubai

 

 
Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Abra Service Building
   Dubai

 

 
Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

National Bank of Dubai
  
 Dubai

 

 
Architect by Norr Group Consultants International Ltd. and Carlos Ott Architects on 1998.125m height & 20th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Al Thuraya Tower-1
  
 Media City, Dubai

 

 
Architect by DAR Consult on 2005. 25th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Al Thuraya Tower-2
  
 Media City, Dubai

 

 
Architect by Dewan Architects & Engineers and Arif & Bintoak on 2006. 114m height & 30th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry-1
  
 Dubai

 

 
Architect by Nikken Sekkei on 1995. 91m height & 18th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

City Tower-1
  
 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai

 

 
Architect by Aluminium & light Industries Co.Ltd.16th floors. Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.

 

Dhabi Ball Tower
  
 Dubai

 

 
Photo by Oh Duckse on 7 February 2007.