The Museum of the Future is ‘held aloft’ by an ingenious landscape that pushes technological boundaries in exploration and evolution of innovative sustainable strategies.
Image Credit: Ahmad-Alnaji
Architecturally integrated, the landscape forms the Museum ‘skin’ over the lobby, auditorium, cafés, restaurants, retail, parking and building services. The illusion is of a sculpture resting lightly on the landscape. Intelligent technologies are employed to suspend irrigated root zones that collect and recycle excess water providing a lushly planted ‘hill’ – an arresting counterpoint to the urban context. Steps and walkways encourage exploration, giving visitors a unique city view from a native landscape of grasses and acacias, creating a
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