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Dubai’s Museum of the Future to open on 22/02/22: What you must know about the ‘most beautiful building on earth’

Posted by admin on February 7, 2022
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Dubai’s paintingdepository of the long run has AN equally paintinggap date: 22/02/2022.

His Highness tribal sheikMuhammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of urban centerdenote some gorgeouspictures of the landmark, career it the “most lovely building on earth”.

The urban centerdepository of the long run is ANfine arts marvel that sits majestically for all to visualize on the tribal sheik Zayed Road.
Spanning a section of thirty,000sqm, the seven-storey pillarless structure stands seventy seven metres high. the foremostputtinga part of the torus-shaped structure is that the Arabic penmanship inscribed over the chrome steel façade.

Over 14,000 metres of knowledgesquare measureengraved on to the structure. Quotes from tribal sheikMuhammadconcerningthe long run and heritagetype the words designed by Emirati creative person Mattar bin Lahej.

Among the quotes is: “The future belongs to those thatwill imagine it, design it, and execute it.”

The depository is power-driven by four,000 megawatts of solar powermade by a station connected to the building.

The park encompassing the depository contains eighty species of plants that square measure taken care of progressive intelligent and automatic irrigation system.

The National Geographic had listed the depositorycollectively of the fourteen most lovely museums within the world.
According to the urban center Future Foundation, the depository combines parts of exhibition, immersive theatre and themed attraction, “inviting you to seemon the far sidethe current to the possible”.

What do the building’s styleparts represent?

According to the museum’s web site, its type is symbolic. “The circular building represents humanity; the inexperienced mound it sits atop represents the earth; the void represents the unknown future.”

What will the penmanship on its façade say?

The ‘windows’ of the structure square measure a quotes written by tribal sheikMuhammadconcerning his vision for the city’s future, rendered in Arabic penmanship.

Among the quotes are: “We might not live for many years, however the product of our abilitywill leave a heritage long oncewe tend tosquare measure gone.”

“The future belongs to those thatwill imagine it, design it, and execute it.”

“The future doesn’t wait … the long runare often designed and engineerednowadays.”
The museum’s official web site says every floor is sort of a “film set from a future that you simplywill inhabit, explore and move with”.

“The settings and scenes that we tend tosquare measure crafting square measure immersive, howeveradditionally expansive: they’re designed to expand what the audience thinks doable – for the planet, for the long run and for themselves,” says the web site.

The content has been “crafted by a team of the world’s leading product, media, exhibition and skill designers”.

Topics featured embody “the way forward forspacefaring and living, global climate change and ecology, health, well-being and spirituality”.

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