BUILDING DUBAI SKYSCRAPER 2005 ARCHITECTURE
Architect's dream came true
The mixed-use Acico Twin Towers 2005 by BRT Architects Bothe Richter Teherani of Hamburg, Germany. Developed by Kuwait's Aerated Concrete Industries. The buildings are shared by a hotel, luxury apartments and office space: JAL Hotels (270 meter/885 feet), Nassima Tower (205 meter/55 floors).
The Art Deco style residential Al Kazim Twin Towers in Dubai's Media City 2005 by National Engineering Bureau.
The Ahmed Abdul Rahim Al Attar Tower a 300 meter tall residential skyscraper was designed in 2005 by architect Adnan Saffarini. The spire is still under construction.
At the heart of Jumeirah Lakes, shining like a diamond, the Almas Tower 2005 by ATKINS architects with 65 storeys above ground. To the left: The Indigo Tower high-rise development - same year, same architect - with 35 floors.
Phase two of the Dubai Airport Free Zone was built by
Rice Perry Ellis architects, phase five by consultant Al Hashemi.
The Arenco Tower in Dubai's Media City is based on a podium of ten parking levels, planed in 2002 by architect Carlos Ott.
Designed by DAR Consult the Palladium Tower at Jumeirah Lakes is a residential property which redefines the art of living.
The Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel complex next to the famous IBM Shopping Mall and across the street of the Jebel Ali Free Zone was designed by engineers of the Dar Al Handasah office and opened in 2008 as one of Moevenpick's luxury hotels...
An iconic tubular skybridge between the 27-storey twin Emirates Financial Towers 2005 by Dr. Timothy Seow of CPG Singapore. World's largest automated car parking facility.
The 41-floor high Dubai Jewel tower 2005 by Khatib & Alami between the Al Salam Tower and the Dalma Tower at Tecom.
The Al Rostamani Maze Tower was designed in 2005 by Planquadrat Architects with DAR Consult. The 210 meter 56 floors rear elevation and parking structure with maze shape.
This traditional style Arabic architecture residential complex at Al Baida Hillside Village in Dubai's Festival City was designed in 2005 by french architect Xavier Bohl.
Postmodern hotel tower The Address in the Business Bay area 2005 by architects W.S. Atkins Middle-East at Burj Khalifa lake...
The latest The Ritz-Carlton hotel and apartment building of the city opened at DIFC Dubai International Financial Centre. Two-million-square-foot of sophistication 2005 by Gensler.
The Al Murooj Complex 2005 by ARTEC Architects and Engineering Consultants consists of eight residential towers with deluxe apartments and penthouses, a department store, leisure center, hotel and foodcourt around an artificial lake.