Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director-General of Dubai Municipality inspected the final touches that are going on at Dubai Frame, the biggest modern urban landmark in Dubai, which is getting ready for inauguration.
During his visit to the project, he witnessed all the necessary arrangements undergoing at the site and assured the Frame is fully prepared to receive local and foreign visitors and tourists, especially with the arrival of the winter and the start of the tourist season in Dubai.
Dubai Frame is an aesthetic icon and an architectural landmark that culturally connects the past with the present, and an important attraction for visitors, tourists and residents alike.
Dubai Frame or "Berwaz Dubai" consists of two transparent glass towers of 150m height that are connected by a 93m bridge at the top. The space between the towers gives a pretty clear view for the city from a high altitude. On one side, it frames the images and buildings of Sheikh Zayed Road, to symbolise the modern city of Dubai, while the other side of the Berwaz includes landmark areas of Deira, Umm Hurair and Karama, which symbolise the old Dubai.
The ground rib has been designed to include a museum that tells the story of the city's development and information about its past and present and displays the details of old Dubai in pictures and with the latest 3D technologies, and how the city evolved and how it is now.
The ground floor is designed to include a museum that tells the story of the development of the city and a presentation of everything related to Dubai, using the latest means of presentation with 3D images and amazing modern elements in detail, in a manner that contributes to the creation of a suitable urban environment for the comprehensive boom witnessed by the Emirate.