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post updated 13 May 2024

Abu Dhabi Architecture Designs – chronological list

Major Architecture Developments in Abu Dhabi

United Arab Emirates Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:

Abrahamic Family House

Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council

Abu Dhabi Architecture Tours

Al Aziz Mosque

Al Wathba Wetland Reserve visitor center

Anwar Gargash Diplomatic Academy

HOB at Dalma Mall

Louvre Abu Dhabi Museum Building UAE

Moon Towers

Oculus in The Rub’ al Khali

Siemens HQ Building

Twisted Towers in Abu Dhabi

The Louvre in Abu Dhabii

WTC Mosque in Abu Dhabi

Yas Arena in Abu Dhabi

Zayed Military Hospital Building

More UAE Architectural Projects welcome

Location: United Arab Emirates – the Middle East, western Asia

UAE Architecture Designs

Abu Dhabi Buildings – major new architecture in this emirate located in the west of UAE, next to the border with Saudi Arabia (KSA), and close to Qatar which is located to the north across the sea.

Middle East Architecture

10 May 2024
Innovation Hub, Masdar City’s Tech and Research & Development (R&D) cluster
Architects: RMJM Dubai
Masdar City Innovation Hub Abu Dhabi building
picture courtesy of architecture office
Masdar City Innovation Hub Abu Dhabi building
The Innovation Hub is strategically located and easily accessible in the heart of Masdar City’s Tech and Research & Development (R&D) cluster. The building offers a total of 4,000 square meters (sqm) of office space

Abrahamic Family House, Saadiyat Island building designed by Architect David Adjaye:
Abrahamic Family House Abu Dhabi UAE
image courtesy of architects practice
Abrahamic Family House in Abu Dhabi
The Higher Committee of Human Fraternity has come together for a global gathering at the New York Public Library in which they shared with stakeholders their mission to progress a culture of mutual respect and dialogue across all backgrounds, beliefs and nationalities.
Oculus in The Rub’ al Khali building designed by AIDIA STUDIO:
Oculus Rub al Khali Abu Dhabi
picture courtesy of architects office
Oculus in The Rub’ al Khali

Al Wathba Wetland Reserve visitor center in Abu Dhabi
Architects: Almena
Al Wathba Wetland Reserve visitor center Abu Dhabi
image courtesy of architectural studio
Al Wathba Wetland Reserve visitor center
The design concept for Al Wathba Wetland Reserve visitor center aims to enhance and demonstrate the reserve’s unique environment, create an adaptable building, and allow the visitor to get a unique experience and interact with nature without any disturbance to the animal and plant life.

Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abu Dhabi (AD – the emirate) is the capital and the second most populous city in the United Arab Emirates and also capital of the largest of the UAE’s seven member emirates. The emirate lies on a T-shaped island jutting into the Persian Gulf from the central western coast. The city proper had a population of 921,000 in 2013.

The emirate houses federal government offices, is the seat of the United Arab Emirates Government, home to the Emiri Family and the President of the UAE, who is from this family. The emirate has grown to be a cosmopolitan metropolis. Its rapid development and urbanisation, coupled with the relatively high average income of its population, has transformed the emirate to a larger and advanced metropolis. Today the city is the country’s center of political and industrial activities, and a major cultural and commercial centre, due to its position as the capital. The emirate alone generated 56.7% of the GDP of the United Arab Emirates in 2008.

This Middle Eastern city is home to important financial institutions such as the Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, the Central Bank of the United Arab Emirates and the corporate headquarters of many companies and numerous multinational corporations. One of the world’s largest producers of oil, the city has actively attempted to diversify its economy in recent years through investments in financial services and tourism.

The UAE capital is the second most expensive city for expatriate employees in the region, and 67th most expensive city in the world. Fortune magazine and CNN stated in 2007 that the emirate is the richest city in the world.

The density of the capital varies, with high employment density in the central area, high residential densities in central downtown and lower densities in the suburbs. In the dense areas, most of the concentration is achieved with medium- and high-rise buildings. Skyscraper buildings such as the notable Investment Authority Tower, the National Bank headquarters, the Hilton Hotel Tower and the Etisalat headquarters are usually found in the financial districts of the city. Other notable modern buildings include the Emirates Palace with its design inspired by Arab heritage.
Source: wikipedia

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Saudi Arabia Architecture

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Buildings / photos for the UAE Property + Development – Built Environment News in the Middle East page welcome

Website: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, the Middle East, southwestern Asia.