The Opus Office Towers in Dubai recently went up, and now Zaha Hadid has been given the task to design the interiors. The designer has come up with a white-washed interior look, giving the entire thing a very clean aesthetic.
The interior is not cluttered either, as Hadid liked to use a more minimalist quality with the inside of these buildings. Although the title of the buildings would suggest the space will be used for work purposes only, this is not the case. The entire structure will be employed for a few different purposes, including apartments, hotel rooms and even recreational activities. One thing is for certain: whoever does end up staying in the Opus Office Towers certainly has a taste for luxury in their lives, which is exactly what these buildings offer.
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Zaha Hadid Creates the Interiors for the Opus Office Towers in Dubai
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