The Museum of the Future has opened doors in Dubai. The museum has been referred to as ‘the most beautiful building in the world’.
The seven-storey pillarless landmark stands tall at 77 metres, and features a stainless-steel façade that is lit up by 14000 metres of Arabic calligraphy.
The intellectual and scientific hub brings together the best minds in technology, science, and innovation and is all set to position Dubai as a testbed for emerging technologies. It serves as an exploration base for inventors, talents and creative professionals from across the world.
The UAE Minister of State for Advanced Technology and Chairperson of the UAE Space Agency, Sarah Al Amiri, said that the museum supports science and technology, along with Dubai’s existing industrial players, legislative fabric and academic institutions.
It provides the people element, which is vital for innovation and development. It is a major ingredient for development of economy and its further diversification. It also helps increase the impact and outcome from existing sectors of the economy, Al Amiri said.