Sunday, November 29, 2009

Burj Dubai, Tallest Skyscraper First Look Inside



Towering high above the Dubai skyline, Burj Dubai, the world's tallest man-made construction, edges closer to completion (2010). These stunning aerial and exclusive interior images provide a glimpse into the lavish creation which has cost an estimated UD$1 billion to build, with a further three billion budgeted for the entire complex.

Reports have suggested that Giorgio Armani himself will oversee all aspects of content, design and style, including interiors and amenities. And the fashion guru will be incorporating the his exclusive label's designs into the furnishings. The water system will supply 250,000 gallons each day and the tower's external surface is the size of 17 football fields. The building will have the worlds fastest elevators at speeds of 64 km/h (40 mph) or 18 m/s (59 ft/s).

The Burj Dubai has been designed to be the centre of a large-scale, mixed-use development that will include 30,000 homes, 9 hotels, 6 acres of parkland, 19 residential towers, and the 12 hectare Burj Dubai Lake. Check out the exclusive images from Burj Dubai.









4 comments:

Syed Hasan Shahid Bukhari said...

I have seen the Burj Dubai grow, from the point ... it was a few Stories old, adolescent.

I am happy, its building was managed so well by the Dubayyans, under the dynamic guidance of Sheikh Muhammad.

Who can now say, the Muslims cannot Organize megaprojects ?

Because,
Its all a matter of opportunity.

Visiting the Burj site; whenever, visiting my kids, who work in Dubai, remains not only mine, but our Priority #1.

God Willing, we will try to behold the 'perspective' from top most floor/point, on my next visit ...

Syed Hasan Bukhari
shahid.bukhari@gmail.com
Karachi. Pakistan
4th December 2009

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webmasterjoy said...

It looks very childish when people connect social issues with religious matter.There is no need to do comments like muslims can not do mega project or like other.
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