Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners have started on a project in Abu Dhabi, which features multiple skyscraper complexes that will house both permanent apartments and hotel space. The design has a sloping roof on each building, which adds a bit of a variety to the city skyline.
Moreover, the complex will feature shopping areas in the bottom section on street level, so passersby plus people staying in the complexes have easy access to a variety of products. The firm has also done a good job of ensuring that certain green sections and nature is infused into the design, with trees in front of the building, plus manmade waterfalls.
Overall the space is modern and inviting for tourists and those wanting to live in the area.
Photo Credits: designboom, rsh-p
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