Dubai’s ever-evolving cityscape is constantly adding new landmarks every year at an unstoppable pace! This amazing city is now all set to unveil the new, stylish city icon – The Dubai Frame. Designed as a giant photo frame, this iconic architecture will feature two distinct views of Dubai. Views from one side of the frame will reveal the stylish and contemporary skyline of Dubai filled with ever-changing skyscrapers in contemporary architecture. While the views from the other side will offer a glimpse into Dubai’s historic days – the areas of Deira, Umm Harare, and Karama.
A perfect landmark that symbolises Dubai’s dramatic transformation from a small, sleepy coastal village to one of the most stylish and modern cities of not only the Middle East, but the world too! Guests and locals will be happy and excited to know that this latest architectural marvel is opening to visitors in January 2018, making it the perfect New Year’s gift to the city! Earlier, the project was scheduled for inauguration in December 2017. However, as Dubai is ready to welcome another new addition – the Dubai Safari, the city officials decided to avoid launching two new attractions in the same month.
The Dubai Frame is also known as ‘Berwaz Dubai’ and comprises of two towers, 150 meters tall, connected by a 100 square-metre-long bridge at the top, completing the photo frame look and design. Dubai’s famed property brand, Emaar, will look after its marketing and promotional aspects.
Few amazing facts on The Dubai Frame
- The site of this state-of-the-art structure, located in Zabeel Park, has been carefully chosen to offer views of both, old and new Dubai.
- The frame has two towers 150 meters heigh and 93 meters wide. Both towers are connected by a 100-square-metre bridge.
- The project was designed by award-winning architect Fernando Donis, also the architect of Dubai’s Porsche Design Towers, and the Dubai Renaissance Tower.
- The ground floor will also feature a museum that will document and highlight the city’s sensational transformation from a tiny fishing village to a global megalopolis.
- This ultra-modern project is worth 160 million Emirati Dirhams and is slated to be a key icon of Dubai, at par with the Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al Arab.
- There will be no paper tickets for The Dubai Frame. Instead, a mobile ticketing system with online bookings and a dedicated mobile app will be used.
The Dubai Frame Tickets:
Entry tickets for adults will be Dhs50 while children above three years will be charged Dhs30. Children under three years and adults over 60 are eligible for free entry. For more updated information of ticket prices and opening schedule and other information, do visit www.thedubaiframe.com