project is designed to market and showcase current and future
developments of Dubai in a virtual documentation and contextualization.
Digitally mapping data to portray development projects, live traffic
patterns, points of interests, etc. as they appear to provide
information and interlink ‘life-like’ qualities. The library
incorporates documenting, collecting and exhibiting real-time digital
data of Dubai. Mapping and recording information that can be used for
research, analysis, education, simulation and urban planning.
The plaza featuring exhibitions and events
To create a structure that corresponds to the climatic conditions,
the thermal masses of the building and the grounds beneath the tent are
activated by chilled water circulating in a radiant cooling system
imbedded inside the concrete walls and slabs. The water is naturally and
passively chilled in tanks below ground level, which is then pumped
through the system by solar power.
The central vertical circulation between the exhibition and documentation levels.
the permanent exhibition, digital information is projected in relation
to its physical context. The users are enabled to point at a building, a
place or an area of interest to receive specific references such as
information related to history, geography, transportation, culture,
urban context, nearby facilities etc. can be revealed. The data archive
also provides overlays of historical maps, images and other pictorial
information to enable users to grasp information quickly.
The entrances to the exibition spaces.
The digital exhibition displays combine historic facts and urban development with current and future developments which feed the database.
Some spaces offer a 360 degree views onto the city. The developments will be showcased in their urban context and linked with relevant data.
Data from current associated developments will be featured in the data collection of the city.
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