Al Salam Tecom Tower Dubai, Building, Property, Image, Architect, Development
Al Salam Tecom Tower
Dubai Skyscraper: Architecture in UAE – design by Atkins, architects
19 Nov 2008
Al Salam Tecom Tower Dubai
Dubai tower images © from Atkins
The Al Salam Tecom Tower is a mixed-use building located within Dubai’s energetic Technology, Electronic, Commerce and Media (TECOM) Free Zone. This high-rise building is divided into three distinct vertical zones and is supported on a podium which extends from the ground level to the sixth floor. Accommodated within the podium is the entrance lobby, a retail mall, a food court, meeting rooms, a health club with lap pool and associated car parking facilities.
Dubai tower image © from Atkins
Moving upwards, the seventh to the 21st floors are devoted to 225 serviced apartments configured on five standard, seven deluxe and three presidential floors. Open plan offices occupy the remaining 23 floors terminating at the 46th floor immediately below the inclined roof. Projecting balconies and the inclined colour separation ‘drawn’ across the office façade add to the imagery of the tower.
Al Salam Tecom Tower Dubai images / information from Atkins
This skyscraper building is a 47-floor tower in the Dubai Media City in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tower has a total structural height of 195 m (640 ft). Construction was expected to be completed in 2008.
On 14 May 2008, a fire broke out on the 47th floor of Al Salam Tecom Tower: there were no reported injuries.
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Website: Dubai, UAE