BUILDING DUBAI SKYSCRAPER 2004 ARCHITECTURE
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Built 2004 as the Al Rostamani Building on Khalid Bin al Walid Road it is today the headquarters of it's architect ATKINS.
The Emirates Grand Hotel at the Damas Towers 2004 designed and supervised by Engineer Adnand Saffarini. Before managed by Angsana Resorts & Spa suites and hotel towers.
A significant roof between the Monarch Hotel tower and the Convention Centre part of the Capital Towers 2004 by RMJM.
Burj Khalifa was designed 2004 by SOM architect Adrian Smith as tallest man-made building of the world!
Developer Emaar Properties' Boulevard Plaza towers 2004 designed by AEDAS architect Andrew Bromberg as a modern representation of islamic architecture in the new downtown.
From left to right the Nuaimi Tower 2004 by DAR Consult and a residential tower 2007 by Adnan Saffarini
Dubai's second Etisalat Tower with a spherical golf ball like structure on top - to house antennas and telecommunications equipment - was designed 2004 by Shankland Cox Architects.
The Index a 330 meter postmodern skyscraper in Dubai's emerging International Financial Center 2004 by Norman Foster.
The world's largest shopping paradise Dubai Mall with more than 1000 shops, restaurants, cinemas and attractions like an ice-rink or aquarium is part of the New Downtwon. Designed by DP Architects of Singapore it opened on November 4th 2008.
A must-see tourist attration: Dubai Aquarium discovery centre
The 60-floors Park Place residential tower was built 2004 by Cox Group Architects & ACC Contractors at Sheikh Zayed Road.
The Rose Tower 2004 by architects Khatib + Alami. World's second-tallest hotel (Rose Rayhaan by Rotana) building after the Mecca Royal Clock Tower Hotel is located along Dubai's Sheikh Zayed Road and stands 333 meter with 480 hotel rooms.
Luxury Millennium Plaza Hotel at the Khalid Al Attar Tower built 2004 by Adnan Saffarini Architects at Sheikh Zayed Road.
The Al Salam Tecom Tower 2004 by DAR Consult constructed next to the Dubai Jewel Tower and the Metro at Media City.