Museum of the Future Dubai
The Museum of the Future is a visionary cultural institution of innovation and design currently under construction in Dubai, UAE.
The Museum of the Future strives to be a place of tolerance where varied cultural, philosophical, social and spiritual outlooks are welcome.
The Museum will host a group of innovation labs focusing on health, education, smart cities, energy and transport in addition to a permanent section on future innovations in all fields.
The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It has been described The Guardian newspaper as "the biggest picture frame on the planet", however is also controversial as the "biggest stolen building of all time".
Burj Khalifa is not only a tribute to architecture excellence but also a tribute to extraordinary design and art.
Over 1000 works of art can be found throughout Burj Khalifa,
created by an international roster of artists in a plethora of mediums, from oil painting to photography
and sculpture. The mix of contemporary and specially commissioned artworks are used as subtle and inspiring way-finding methods,
with no artwork repeated in the tower. The art on show in Burj Khalifa focuses on the places
where people gather in the building and also works as a metaphor of diversity within a global society.
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Louvre Abu Dhabi will be housed in a building designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Jean Nouvel.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is an art and civilization museum, located in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The museum was established on November 8, 2017. It is part of a thirty-year agreement between the city of Abu Dhabi and the French government.The museum is designed as a "seemingly floating dome structure"; its web-patterned dome allowing the sun to filter through. The overall effect is meant to represent "rays of sunlight passing through date palm fronds in an oasis.
Dubai Museum is the main museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 and is the oldest existing building in Dubai.
The museum was opened by the ruler of Dubai in 1971, with the aim of presenting the traditional way of life in the Emirate of Dubai. It includes local antiquities as well as artifacts from African and Asian countries that traded with Dubai. It also includes several dioramas showing life in the emirate before the advent of oil. In addition to artifacts from recent discoveries as old as 3000 B.C.