Standing on an artificial island, 280 m (920 ft) offshore, a symbolic statement of modern day Dubai,
The Burj Al Arab is renowned for its distinctive design resembling the billowing
sails of a J-class yacht.
The tallest building in the world, at over 828 metres (2,716.5 feet), the mixed-use iconic tower of
Burj Khalifa is inspired by the well-proportioned structure of the Hymenocallis or
Spider Lily, a regional desert flower.
The largest mosque in the UAE, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, sitting majestically at the entrance of Abu Dhabi City
Island, not only fuses diverse Islamic architectural styles but also uses artisans and natural
materials from all over to represent the founder's dream of "uniting the world".
The flagship resort on The Palm Jumeirah, Atlantis, The Palm incorporates in its luxurious design the wonder and sense
of discovery associated with the mythological city of Atlantis with the grandeur
and awe inspiring visual magic of Arabic shapes.