30 Jan '16, 8pm

Amazing Burj Al Arab Hotel redefined with addition of new North Deck

Standing on an artificial island and with its curved façade built to resemble the sail of a dhow ship, Dubai’s Burj Al Arab hotel became an emblem for the city (and its unrestrained approach to architecture) when it opened in late 1999. This year the landmark is to be redefined, with the addition of a new “North Deck”, a 10,000sq metre outdoor space that spreads fan-like to a distance of 100 metres over the Persian Gulf. Radically altering its silhouette, the immense addition to the building will provide space for two curved swimming pools (one salt water, one fresh water), 32 cabanas and a new restaurant and bar. Made from steel and weighing about 5,000 tonnes the deck was constructed in a shipyard in Finland and is currently being transported by sea in six separate sections to Dubai. It is due to arrive by mid-February and after some finishing touches are put in place it...

Full article: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/luxury/travel/97951/dubais-bur...

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