Dubai’s Museum of the Future billed as the world’s most beautiful structure opened on Tuesday.
The museum is a seven-story hollow silver elliptical with Arabic calligraphy phrases from Dubai’s ruler adorning the walls.
The city’s major thoroughfare is prominently displayed on Sheikh Zayed Road.
In the evening, a colorful laser light show illuminated the building’s spectacular front.
While drawing throngs outside to catch a glance.
While the museum’s contents are still unknown.
It will feature design and technology advances, bringing visitors on a “journey through the year.”
The organizers described the event as a “trip to the year 2071.”
Ahead of its spectacular launch, roadside billboards proclaimed the museum.
It is just minutes away from the world’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa, as the “most beautiful building on Earth.”
Additionally, It is the latest addition to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) collection of showy architecture.
Following the $7 billion Expo international exhibition, which opened on the outskirts of Dubai on September 30 and included a swath of futuristic designs.
Another iconic design in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi is a branch of France’s Louvre museum.
However, their license was extended by a decade to 2047 last year at a cost of 165 million euros ($186 million).
In late 2017, French President Emmanuel Macron unveiled the Louvre Abu Dhabi, which attracted over two million visitors.
Its first two years, prior to the arrival of Covid.
The United Arab Emirates is a major oil exporter.
However, it is also a key player in commerce, trade, transportation, and tourism.
Diversifying its economy to minimize its reliance on petroleum.
The facade, which has four layers of composite material panels, took almost 18 months to create.
One of the building’s key objectives has been sustainability.
His vision for the future has also been the motivating force behind the establishment of the museum.
Although the museum’s specific contents are unknown.
The futuristic structure has a variety of interactive displays that attempt to inspire diverse parts of futuristic thinking by transporting visitors to the year 2071.