Modern architecture United Arab Emirates
City of DUBAI
The Kalantar Tower on Zayed Road a.k.a. Al Sondos Tower or Skyline Residence was built in 1992 by Cassia Associates with a private spa, health club and helicopter landing platform on top.
DCCI Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Deira a triangular building 1992 by Nikken Sekkei Architects.
Office tower of the Shipping Trading and Lighterage Co. STALCO 1992 by U.A.E. architect Labid Al Fakhry. The Shipping Tower in Raffa, opposite of Port Rashid, was inaugurated on 28th November 1996 for international freight handling offices.
Three white towers: At left Saeed Tower 1 by engineer Adnan Saffarini, at center the 10-storey White Swan building, to the right White Crown Tower 1992 also by Saffarini Architects.
Many balconies at the Al Wafa Tower constructed in 1993.
The Number One tower suites 1993 by engineer Adnan Saffarini. At the time of construction, with 24 floors, the highest building on Sheikh Zayed Road E11 to Abu Dhabi.
Sheikh Ahmed Tower 1993 by Khatib + Alami with Carlos Ott.
The high-rise Sheikh Marwan Tower 1993 by Adnan Saffarini.
The Dubai Creek Tower 1993 by Khatib + Alami Architects. Office and residential building with shopping complex and a helipad on top in Rigga al Buteen.
High-rise buildings construction
Dubai's iconic Burj al Arab hotel on an artificial island, was designed in 1993 by architect Tom Wright of Atkins Middle-East. Lightshow by Jonathan Speirs. Photo from the public beach.
The soft opening of the Jumeirah Beach Hotel was in 1997. Contrary to the opposite Burj al Arab tower it was designed to look like a wave. Concept architects Tom Wright + Kevin Cook.
Jumeira Tower constructed 1994 by architects Khatib & Alami.
Foundation work of the Union Tower a.k.a. Salam Tower 1 started in 1994, architectural design by ATKINS Overseas office.
The residential 22-storey high-rise building Al Ghadeer Tower on Zayed Road constructed 1994 by Khatib & Alami Architects.
The residential 16-storey Rostamani Towers on Zayed Road.