Cityscape emphasizes architectural design concepts

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Cityscape has revealed that its live activities will take place between 9 and 11 November at the Dubai Exhibition Center on the grounds of Expo 2020 Dubai.
The expected event will attest to the participation of a group of the most prominent names in the field of architectural design from different countries of the world. This year, Cityscape will witness the launch of the Design Corner, an innovative space within the exhibition that attracts professionals in the field of interior design and architecture at local and international level, sponsored by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The November 7-8 summit brings together the most prominent architects and designers of Godwin Austin Johnson, WK Partners and others; They discuss the most important topics in the sector such as real estate technology, future trends in design and smart cities.
The sector is mainly focused on redesigning living spaces to meet the multiple needs of consumers, especially with the growing interest in working from home. Architectural firms emphasize the need to take a different approach to design, due to the shifting operational requirements in various sectors; Today, families prefer open designs, which enable all their members to perform multiple tasks in a practical and efficient manner.

more flexibility

Jason Burnside, partner at Goodwin Austin Johnson, said: “The outlook for residential development is drastically different. Where there is a need to provide housing units that can also be used for the purposes of accommodation, work and entertainment.
Future home designs should also provide greater flexibility for its residents so that all family members can perform their various household, professional and academic tasks. ”
The new trends were not just limited to the housing sector; Schools have faced major challenges in providing a safe environment in accordance with government guidelines, within facilities not designated for the conditions imposed by the health crisis.
Burnside added: “The current circumstances have necessitated a review of the status of school facilities by the relevant authorities and the engineers responsible for their design. The newly established schools were able to provide a suitable environment for students, under these conditions, thanks to the thoughtful designs that provided wide corridors and classrooms, as well as the application of technical solutions, such as automatic doors and taps that operate without entering become. the bathrooms, in addition to providing thermal cameras when The main entrances.
Avinash Kumar, co-partner Goodwin Austin Johnson, said: “The heart of what we have learned during the extraordinary times we have all faced is the importance of human communication for our health and well-being. The desire to return from office to work remains very prominent, despite the success of work from home solutions. Expectations point to the role of modern technologies in offices and workplaces in the future, with increasing reliance on virtual meetings and non-contact devices, such as light switches and elevator controls that can be controlled by a smartphone. ”

digital collaboration

Kerem Sengiz, Managing Director, MENA, LWK Partners, endorsed Kumar’s view and emphasized the importance of rapid advances in technology as a key driver in the sector.
On this topic, he said: “Designers, engineers and architects rely heavily on digital collaboration tools, leading practices and contractors who use 4D and 5D simulations to plan projects and optimize schedules. Increasing investment in technology or digital transformation and innovation in building systems there are lasting shifts in the sector.There is also increasing interest in whether social distancing measures can be applied to the movement of workers in work areas.
Ras Al Khaimah Real Estate offers exclusive offers
Race Al Khaimah Real Estate Company is preparing to take part in the “Cityscape” exhibition, which will be held from November 9-11 at the Dubai Exhibition Center on the grounds of “Expo 2020 Dubai”.
During this participation, the company will launch its current residential, commercial and tourism projects which are soon to be delivered, in particular the five-star hotel projects in Ras Al Khaimah, and apartments and residential villas in Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah, in addition to offering exclusive offers to visitors. the exhibition on all its projects with flexible payment plans.
Mohammed Al-Tayer, acting CEO of the company, confirmed that this participation comes in the light of the continued recovery of the real estate market in the UAE, leading to optimism in the increase in sales during the coming period on residential and commercial units , as well as the increase in tourism activity with the increasing demand for resorts and hotels in various parts of the country.
Al Tayer pointed out that Ras Al Khaimah Real Estate Company seeks to improve the status of the real estate and tourism sector in the emirate and the country by establishing quality projects overlooking sea beaches, nature reserves and green spaces, while meeting all the necessities of a high-end life in them, and offers investors of all nationalities the opportunity to own the right property, them with all facilities and at competitive prices.
The company is currently working on the completion of the five-star InterContinental Mina Al Arab Hotel and Resort, in preparation for its opening during the last quarter of this year. The Anantara Mina Al Arab Hotel and Resort is expected to open next year as well, in addition to the acceleration of work on the final phases of the Marbella Villas project. »On Hayat Island in Mina Al Arab, and there is the Julphar Residence project on Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, which includes 266 apartments, and its delivery is expected to begin during the current year.

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