Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Kuwait Plans to Build Tallest Building of the World’ Burj Mubarak’

The Burj Mubarak, the world’s tallest building, will be built in Kuwait, making it a notable player in the architectural world. The massive undertaking, expected to cost over $15 billion, would be situated in Kuwait City’s downtown area and rise to a lofty height of 1,001 metres.

The world-famous architectural company Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, known for its earlier work on landmark skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa in Dubai and the One World Trade Center in New York City, created the Burj Mubarak. The structure will feature 234 floors and provide enough for about 12,000 residents and guests.

In addition to its incredible height, the Burj Mubarak will also have a shopping centre, a five-star hotel, offices, residences, and a rooftop restaurant with a stunning view of the city. To use less energy, the structure will incorporate sustainable features, including solar panels, a rainwater collection, and a high-performance fa├žade.

The project will aid Kuwait’s economy by generating many employment possibilities for both local and foreign people. By the time it opens in 2028, the Burj Mubarak will have surpassed other well-known structures like the Burj Khalifa and the Shanghai Tower in terms of height.

Undoubtedly, Burj Mubarak will establish Kuwait as a global leader in cutting-edge design and architecture. The project is anticipated to attract tourists from all over the world and substantially contribute to Kuwait City’s growth as a tourist destination.

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