7 Most Iconic Buildings In Dubai International City

7 Most Iconic Buildings In Dubai International City

Dubai, a popular tourist destination in the Middle East, is home to some of the world’s most spectacular structures. They have outstanding architecture and enhance the visual splendor of the city. Let’s take a look at the city’s top five most magnificent structures. Some of the most iconic buildings were:

Burj Khalifa:

Burj Khalifa, an 828-meter structure, is situated in the thriving neighborhood of Downtown Dubai. It is not only the tallest structure in Dubai and the entire globe, but it is also the most stunning in terms of architecture. The stunning piece of artwork makes use of Islamic architectural references and also portrays the contemporary world. A three-lobed footprint that is an abstraction of the Hymenocallis flower is a feature of its architecture.

Burj AL Arab:

The world’s first seven-star hotel, Burj Al Arab is the seventh-highest building overall. It is located in Jumeirah and was created to seem like the spinnaker sail of a J-class yacht, which is a large, billowing sail. The structure has two “wings” that expand out to create a massive “mast” that has a V-shaped design. A huge atrium surrounds the area in between them. Tom Wright, the Burj Al Arab architect, said, “Like Sydney’s Opera House, London’s Big Ben, or Paris’ Eiffel Tower, the customer sought a structure that would become an iconic or symbolic statement for Dubai. It had to be a structure that would come to represent the nation’s name.”


Cayan tower:

Infinity Tower, also known as the Cayan Tower, is located in the posh waterfront neighborhood of Dubai Marina. It is a lavish 72-story residential skyscraper that has earned several international real estate awards for its visionary design. By rotating each level 1.2 degrees around a cylindrical elevator and service core, the building’s distinctive twisting shape was made possible.

The opus:

The Opus is a building in Business Bay that was created by the distinguished architect Dame Zaha Hadid. It was intended to be a futuristic building, with a cube construction that has a curved space that is illuminated at night. A glass and steel bridge connects the two glass towers that make up the building’s distinctive construction, leaving a dramatic gap in the middle.

JW Marriott Marquis:

The JW Marriott Marquis is situated in Business Bay’s commercial area. The two towers of the 72-story hotel have a modernist design that was influenced by the trunk of a date palm tree, a representation of Arab culture. The development’s two towers are positioned on a pedestal that is seven stories high. A single raft that is 3.9 meters thick and built on piles with 1.2 meters in diameter supports them. Each tower has an oval-shaped center, which is supported by the internal walls of the escalator and lifts. While the slabs of the podium are supported by post-tensioned beams, the podium is supported by 1.6 x 2.5 meter reinforced concrete columns.


The Dubai Mall:

This skyscraper is renowned across the globe not for its architecture but for its size, and growth is still in progress, so it will only get bigger. It now includes more than 1,300 retailers and more than 200 eating establishments. Customers from other countries will feel right at home because The Dubai Mall is home to a variety of international brands, including Galleries Lafayette in France, Bloomingdale’s in the United States, and Debenhams in the United Kingdom. A virtual reality theme park, an Olympic-sized ice rink, and the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo are among the center’s additional attractions. You can observe the synchronized Dubai Fountains outside while gazing up at the Burj Khalifa.

Dubai frame:

One of the most well-known structures in the city is made of reinforced concrete, glass, steel, aluminum, and other materials. One of the newest structures on this list, The Dubai Frame was only completed in 2018 and stands 150 meters tall and 95 meters wide. It provides views of both the old and new parts of Dubai and acts as a “metaphorical bridge connecting the emirate’s rich past with its magnificent present.” The “golden ratio” of 1.618, which many architects and artists are claimed to believe creates the ultimate structural equilibrium, served as the inspiration for its rectangular shape. A 75-second elevator ride will take you to the sky deck, which is located inside the 48-story building, where there are displays that depict the history of the city.

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