World’s Tallest & First Inner City Harbor : Nakheel Tower & Harbor

नोभेम्बर 7, 2008 at 6:17 अपराह्न 3 comments

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It seems like the Burj Dubai will be dethroned from the “world’s tallest tower” position as (also) in Dubai will be built a one kilometer skyscraper. The tower was designed by Woods Bagot architects and it will be built by Nakheel, the same developer which has built those fancy state-of-the-art man-made islands in Dubai. The skyscraper will be called Nakheel Tower and as a bonus, there will also be built world’s first inner city harbor.

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The entire construction area will be of 270 hectares, and when the Nakheel Tower and Harbor will be finished, it will provide enough space for 55,00 inhabitants, workplaces for 45,000 people, and for millions of tourists every year. Although it will be one kilometer-high, the skyscraper will only feature 200 floors, but this could change as the developers don’t want to tell us more about the actual height as rivals could build taller towers.

“There is nothing like it in Dubai,” said Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem. “Nakheel Harbour & Tower is located in the heart of ‘new Dubai’, where we have focused on creating a true community, a location for living, working, relaxing and entertaining, for art and culture. All of this is concentrated in one area.”

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“With Islamic influences governing its design, Nakheel Tower has been able to reach its height of more than a kilometre. This inspired approach has enabled us to achieve a number of amazing feats of engineering, for example the Tower will be the world’s tallest concrete structure,” added Sultan bin Sulayem, also Chairman of Dubai World.

World’s tallest skyscraper (of the future) will consist of four individual towers, and it will feature design elements from Spain’s gardens of Alhambra, Egypt’s harbor of Alexandria, Iran’s Isfahan bridges, and Morocco’s promenade of Tangier.

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“Nakheel has sought inspiration not just from Islamic design but also from the Islamic principles of inclusion, innovation, diversity, excellence, growth and progress. These are the same principles that have motivated and guided Islamic culture and helped create its great cities throughout history. Now they are shaping the cities of the future,” says Sultan bin Sulayem.

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As all the “things” of the future will be green, this is the case of the Nakheel harbor & Tower as the transportation system will be based on trains and buses, as well as water and metro transportation, not on cars.

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“The inspiration for the project came from Sheikh Mohammed’s vision for building for tomorrow. He is famously quoted as saying that ‘before evaluating the future, we have to take a quick look at the past. For it is the foundation of tomorrow’. It sends another message to the world that Dubai has a vision like no other place on earth,” concluded Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem.

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  • 1. Greg Roberts  |  अक्टोबर 9, 2009 मा 12:58 बिहान

    sweet!

  • 2. promod  |  नोभेम्बर 30, 2009 मा 3:53 अपराह्न

    it proves that only a person is sufficient. theres sheikh mohaommd in dubai and dubai is transfering. but in nepal… ? its just the matter of courage and dterminations

  • 3. alana  |  अक्टोबर 18, 2010 मा 8:48 अपराह्न

    AwEsOmE!!!!!!!!!!!!

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