The ruler’s fingerprint turns into a 550-meter tower
The works of Mohammed bin Rashid, the ruler of Dubai and the vice president of the United Arab Emirates, can be seen all over Dubai, but his fingerprints are soon to be placed in a skyscraper tower. In one of the strange projects of the Emirati people, Dubai Holding is going to build a 550-meter tower called Jumeira, which will be located at the base of Sheikh Mohammed’s fingerprint tower.
Aerial photographs show that the building and its surroundings resemble utopian movie buildings. The building itself has an oval appearance that is cut in half. The design of the tower, according to Dubai Holding, is inspired by sand dunes and desert oases. An amphitheater is said to have been built inside an area designed for Muhammad bin Rashid’s fingerprints. In the exterior, Barkh is supposed to be covered with a digital screen, like Burj Khalifa, to be used in various events.
The tower is 550 meters high and will be taller than the World Trade Center in New York City! The Jumeirah Tower will be built near the Burj Al Arab in the Sufukh area. According to aerial maps published from the tower, all around it are residential and commercial areas. If everything goes according to plan, the first phase of the project will be completed by 2023.
According to the Jumeirah Tower construction holding company, with the design of the ruler of Dubai, the overall design is inspired by oases and desert hills. However, its most prominent features should still be considered the thumb of the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid. In addition to building several amphitheaters inside the tower, a restaurant with a 360-degree view of Dubai will also be built.
In terms of structure, a number of features of this tower will be similar to Burj Khalifa, the tallest structure on Earth. For example, the structure is supposed to be covered with digital screens so that it can be turned on completely. After the completion of the project, Jumeirah Tower will become one of the top 13 towers in the world.
Dubai Jumeirah Tower design inspired by the ruling fingerprint of Dubai
If you look closely at the 3D images of the Dubai Jumeirah Tower, you will see that at the base of the Dubai Jumeirah Tower, there is a lake that is made exactly with the design of the ruler of Dubai. This means that Dubai Jumeirah Tower is designed as if it was raised from the finger of the ruler of Dubai to symbolically show that the progress and beauty of Dubai and the whole country of the UAE is due to the presence of the ruler of Dubai And it is the ruler of Dubai who is involved in the development of this city and this country. The interesting part of the story is that when you can see the fingerprint design of the ruler of Dubai in the base of the tower, you can look down from inside the tower’s viewing platforms and from the heights of the tower.
This beautiful tower, which looks like an oval shape, consists of two separate shells that meet at the top of the tower and their design is based on the beautiful oases of Dubai and the traces of Dubai sand dunes. Can be seen in them. The charm of Jumeirah Tower is that a very special elegance has been used in its design and it has been designed very artistically. With this in mind, it is clear that this beautiful tower, which is scheduled to open in 2023, will completely change the appearance of the Dubai skyline, and with its presence, will make Dubai more beautiful than before.
Other construction projects
It is not bad to know that this is not the only construction project under construction in Dubai. A much larger project is under construction, and when completed, it will bring down the Burj Khalifa. Creek Tower is 928 meters high and after completion, it will become the tallest structure in the world.
The Burj Khalifa is located behind it in terms of height. Numerous residential and commercial complexes will be built around Creek Tower.
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