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A place to play, create and innovate
A city of the future built on a rich heritage, Dubai gives a whole new meaning to creativity. From its majestic man-made beaches and magnificent skyscrapers, to grand structures and iconic buildings, it’s on a journey of constant evolution - shaping its future landscape, people and culture. All driven by a passion for reinvention and an insatiable appetite for innovation and technology.
There’s magic in experimentation
Creativity is about looking at things in new and unexpected ways and having the courage to explore it.
Make the future today
There is one sure way to predict the future. That’s by creating it - shaping it - in the here and now.
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Al Fahidi Historical District
Also known as Al Bastakiya, this historic district is the oldest standing residential area of Dubai dating back to the 1890s - a rich backdrop to today’s museums, cafes and art galleries.
Burj Al Arab
Dubai’s most iconic luxury hotel and the world’s only 7-star hotel is set on an island in a striking sail-shaped building. The hotel is presently the third tallest hotel in the world and offers stunning panoramic views over Dubai and beyond.
Truly a magnificent feat of modern engineering, the skyscraper is the world’s tallest structure and building standing at more than 828m (2,716.5ft) with a record breaking 160 storeys for a mix of commercial, residential and hospitality use.
Designed to resemble a dhow, a traditional sailing vessel, this magnificent multi-format performing arts centre in The Opera District houses 2,000 seats and hosts a range of performances and events including theatre, opera, ballet, conferences and exhibitions.
Located in the Burj Khalifa district, the futuristic mirrored glass building is home to hotel, offices, serviced apartments and restaurants. It’s the only hotel in the world with both its architecture and interiors designed by the world renowned Dame Zaha Hadid.
Historically called the Union House, this captivating museum, designed in the shape of a manuscript with seven columns resembling the pens used to sign the original declaration, is home to a range of collections showcasing the heritage of the United Arab Emirates in the areas of social, political, cultural, scientific, and military history.
With 192 participating nations showcasing their innovations, achievements and aspirations, the Expo is set to be the largest event ever staged in the Arab world. Millions of visitors are expected to attend the showcase of live performances, art, dance and pavilions inspired by the theme of ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’.
Also known as The Green Arch, the pavillion opened at Expo Dubai 2020 - its purpose is to highlight emerging green cities connected through the power of industrial, technological and scientific knowledge.
From the air, this grand artificial archipelagos, resembles a stylised palm tree. It’s home to private residences and luxury hotels, with its broad trunk a bridge to the mainland.
A minimalist collection of basins, furniture and fixtures inspired by Ideal Standard Conca basin of the 1970s – a collection that introduced considered design to the world of the bathroom.
Moments of inspiration
We unearth new trends, probe into the heart of design, examine modern lifestyles and put designers in the spotlight in our insatiable quest for inspiration. Open our treasure trove of content.