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New interior images revealed for Zaha Hadid-designed The Opus in Dubai
New interior renderings have been unveiled for Zaha Hadid-designed The Opus tower in Dubai’s Business Bay, showcasing ME by Meliá hotel lobby, hotel rooms as well as private residence areas.
Once completed, the hotel will consist of 250,000 square feet of entertainment zones and 78,000 square feet of F&B outlets,with a total of 12 F&B units.
The building will also include a permanent Zaha Hadid memorial and gallery.
The Opus’ signature design elements includes ‘the Void’, which gives the building its distinct shape as well as allowing every space of the building to have a view.
“The void is covered by 4500 uniquely designed pieces of glass and LED lights that will become the pulsating heart of the area, especially when it gets dark. With the void we also have the bridge, which consists of three floors of serviced apartments, also designed by Zaha Hadid. The bridge has been a challenge to design and complete but we hope that it’s going to provide a unique experience that no other building in Dubai can provide,” Mohammed Hmeid, director of sales and marketing at Omniyat, told designMENA.
“Each part of the area will have its own arrival: there is a residential lobby, an offices lobby, and a hotel atrium as well. The offices are complete- the lobby and the corridors,” he added.
You can also view exterior images of the project with construction currently underway.