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The Woven Tower is Inspired by the Date Palm Tree

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: studiofarris & evolo.us
Inspired by the date palm tree, the Woven Tower pays tribute to one of the most essential part of everyday life in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. More than that, it generally signifies the commerce and trade routes that have been a part of Dubai from past to present as well as the tribal legacy that continues to exist in the city. A cultural landmark in more ways than one, the Woven Tower celebrates much of what Dubai represents.

Designed by architects Giuseppe Farris and Stefan Schoning, the Woven Tower is accessible from different routes, encouraging returning visitors to explore the different aspects of Dubai culture and history. The open concept at the Woven Tower's ground level symbolizes the hospitality of the Dubai people. Stats for Brilliant Braided Buildings Trending: Older & Mild
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