Following are the sensational futuristic world architectures that may execute in the Middle East:
1. Dubai opera house Dubai UAE: Dubai opera house’s innovative design has been introduced by the award-winning architect zaha hadid. It has a structure which resembles with the structure of the sand heaps in Dubai. It had been rated the number one place t live in Middle East in 2011.
2. Museum of Middle Eastern modern art: The overall architecture of museum of Middle East modern art resembles as if it is a landed spaceship. The building houses in future in retail space, an exhibition hall, amphitheater, art galleries and museum.Launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who is the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and old Ruler of Dubai.
3. Museum of Middle Eastern modern art: The overall architecture of museum of Middle East modern art resembles as if it is a landed spaceship. The building houses in future in retail space, an exhibition hall, amphitheater, art galleries and museum.Launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who is the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and old Ruler of Dubai.
4. Wadi rum resort: Jordon: This luxury which is an eco-resort is carved into the desert cliffs and designed to symbolize of living in the natural environment of the place, Jordan. The architect, Oppenheim is hopeful that this project will be completed by 2014 and many see it as a dreamily resort one has ever dreamt to live in.
5. Libyan war museum of conflict: It is the museum that reflects the history of the Middle East region. The origami like structure houses exhibited the new generations regarding price conflict. Metropolitan shop which is London based won a competition in forming a museum near a hall of people in Tripoli.
6. Expo city: Cairo, Egypt: Expo city is another impeccable design of Zaha Hadid which is formed to have meetings and conferences. The soft and the flexible design are complimented with channels of water flowing to arid the environment.
7. Masdar institute campus: Architects Foster and Partners reincorporated the mashrabiya, or the traditional Islamic windows for the campus. The interior pattern of light and shade are exquisite.The windows are constructed with reliably developed, glass concrete, which is colored with local sand to integrate the desert landscape and to minimize maintenance cost later incurred.
8. Bank Muscat: Muscat, Oman: Oman’s largest bank, bank Muscat has a new head office now. This mixture of modern and Islamic design is furnished by Atkins. White screens on the building with geometric floral pattern which is very similar to mashrabiyawindows; they allow natural source of light to come in while keeping the building cold. The interior depends on the changes people bring to their work, and consists of colorful seating areas and glass walkways that make it look more like a “trendy university campus than a bank.”
9. Museum of Islamic art: Doha, Qatar: It resembles with a cubist painting, the Museum of Islamic Art has owned the largest collection of Islamic art in the whole world. It’s a peach of a design by Architect I.M. Pei, who in 91 years old at that time, came out of his retirement to initiate the project! Additionally the futuristic building is on its own island and shares an oasis of green parklands.
10. New parliament complex: UAE: The design by Erlich Architects is a striking 100-meter-diameter dome structure, and has been described as a “flower-of-the-desert.” It has a micro-environment that depicts Islamic patterns of light majestically into the marbled Assembly Hall inside.
11. Aldar central market: Abu Dhabi’s Central Market is one of the finest and oldest city sites in UAE. The three high-rise towers have smooth reflective facades that are both subtle yet impressive. The towers house is a mixture of: retail shops, offices, residential and hotel accommodations which make it a complete central market to endorse.