Dubai's rich soil is sparking extraordinary design growth
Implications - In the 2008 trend report we touched on Dubai’s abundant oil wealth which has fueled a plethora of cutting edge architectural developments. Free from financial limitations, Dubaichitecture continues to showcase the boundlessness of human imagination, stretching limits in technology, sustainability and luxury.
Dubai property developer Nakheel announced the construction of the world's first wheel-shaped hotel this week.
The Dubai Promenade is a new waterfront community in development, and one of these buildings… [More]
Seeming trying to prove that too much is not nearly enough the Dubai developer of â€œThe Worldâ€ has just announced plans to build the â€œThe Universeâ€ which they will squeeze in between â€œThe Worldâ€… [More]
Dubai Infinity Holdings is doing it again. They have announced a mixed use development to establish Dubai as a global "fashion hub." Isla Moda will combine super style and ultra luxury to attract only… [More]
The biggest pyramid in the world will no longer be in Egypt; rather, it will be in Dubai. As part of a new project called Falcon City, Dubailand will be adding replicas of the world's wonders that will,… [More]
Defying the current credit crunch, people with mega-money are paying $25,000 per night to stay at the decadent Dubai hotel Atlantis The Palm.
The $25,000-per-night 3-bedroom suites come complete with… [More]
Perhaps its time to declare Dubai Building Debauchery as dumb. The latest in â€œwe want the biggest and we want it nowâ€ structure is a large fountain to be the centerpiece of the Downtown Burj project.… [More]