- Dubai will have a new art museum from 2030, thanks to a futuristic architecture project developed by Kalbod Studio.
- Your building will be covered with a transparent membrane that creates a mysterious effect on the urban landscape.
- The construction will have a height of 60 meters and will occupy an area of 2000 square meters.
Dubai will have a new art museum from 2030, thanks to a futuristic architecture project developed by Kalbod Studio. The construction has a distinctive design: the entrance will be marked by a structure sculpted with rammed earth that will be covered by a semi-transparent membrane.
The earth structure is inspired by organic shapes and will create a calm atmosphere inside that is reminiscent of natural spaces such as canyons and caves.
One of the main objectives is to recover the urban space dedicated to pedestrians. The museum will be built around targets frequently visited by locals and tourists and will have direct links to these locations. The future museum will be built in Burj Park, one of the most frequented spaces in Dubai, known especially for the Dubai Mall, the spectacular fountains and the famous Burj Khalifa.
The construction proposed by Kalbod Studio architects was designed to easily integrate into this set of spectacular buildings, which place Dubai on the list of the world’s first megacities.
The chosen place is not coincidental as it is surrounded by sculptures and works of modern art, created by artists from all over the world. Thus, the museum will be one of the pieces of a cultural park dedicated to visitors to Dubai.
The membrane that covers the construction will ensure the filtration of heat and Dubai’s extreme climate. The visiting circuit is designed based on a vertical route, allowing visitors to take an elevator to the top floor, and then descend a spiral ramp to discover all the works on display. The construction will have a height of 60 meters and will occupy an area of 2000 square meters.
The transparent membrane will allow outsiders to see what is happening inside.