Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai

 Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai

Designed to resemble a blossoming flower, Greek architecture firm Petra Architects recently submitted "Blossoming Dubai" to the Zaabeel Park Tall Emblem Structure Competition.

Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai
This beautiful and crazy building is designed to resemble a blossoming flower, Greek architecture firm Petra Architects recently submitted “Blossoming Dubai” to the Zaabeel Park Tall Emblem Structure Competition.

Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai

 They based their design on the form of a blossoming flower. the tower is equipped
with two elevators running on spiral rails (spiral of the most simple geometry turning
135 degrees while ascending 138 meters). These lifts ascend from lower ground floor
(where the visitors enter) to the cafeteria level and the viewing platform above.
apart from the previously mentioned elevators that can cover all visitor access
(including disabled access), there are also two staircases fitted in the spiraling elements
of the building. the latter can be used on an emergency case.

Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai
Modern Architecture - Blossoming Dubai
 Main building access is on the ground floor and through the two symmetrical structures located on each side of the tower’s base. one of the structures houses the children’s library while providing (through skylights) an excellent view of the tower above. the children have the chance to use both the enclosed library as well as part of the park outside. The conference rooms are located on the lower ground floor offering a more controlled environment. All this area is flooded with natural light from skylight-like holes on the ground above while framing views of the tower. The building’s cafeteria is located 135 meters above ground and provides a 360 degree view of dubai and the surrounding zaabeel park. there are also two staircases connecting the cafeteria level with the viewing platform above providing a connection between the two. The tower is equipped with two elevators that run on spiral rails which turn 135 degrees and ascend 450 feet (138 meters). The lifts ascend from the lower ground floor (where the visitors enter) to the cafeteria level and the viewing platform above. There are also two staircases fitted in the spiraling elements of the building which can be used in case of an emergency.



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