Ever heard about the fascinating architectural building in Dubai such as Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa? The city is going to add one more to the list with The Opus designed by Zaha Hadid, an Iraqi-born British architect, as her last work of art.
The Opus project, developed by Omniyat Properties, is currently on under construction phase located between Sheikh Zayed Road and the Burj Khalifa. The building looks like a glass cube with a gigantic amorphous void at its centre exemplifying the bizarreness and beauty in architecture world at the same time. The two glass towers are linked by a four-storey podium at ground level and an asymmetric steel and glass bridge situated at the height of 71 meters.
The real beauty can be seen at the night when this building eight-storey void gleam with 4,500 triple-glazed midnight blue panels. The used glasses and aluminium frames came from China and Denmark respectively.
The Opus incorporates a 56,000 sq. ft. office space a rooftop bar, and a nightclub in its basement, 12 restaurants and ME Dubai hotel. The five-star boutique hotel consists of 93 guest rooms and 60 apartments.
Omniyat Properties has previously constructed the Sheikh Zayed Bridge in Abu Dhabi, the Olympic Aquatics Centre in London and the MAXXI Museum of XXI Century Arts in Rome.