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Museum of the Future in Dubai, the Most Beautiful Building on Earth

Museum of the Future in Dubai

Museum of the Future in Dubai - AFP

A historically significant palindrome date will definitely have a special event on it. On 22.2.22 (22 February 2022) Dubai has opened the “most beautiful building on Earth”, which is the Museum of the Future. The museum opened its doors with a message of hope and to serve as a hub in shaping a better future for mankind.

The Museum of the Future serves as “a global platform for pioneers, innovators, and critical thinkers to exchange ideas, concepts, and visions to accelerate sustainable socio-economic development and shape a fair future that works for everyone.” Mohammed Abdullah Al Gergawi, Chairman of the Museum said.

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Futurists, scientists, technologists, and industry leaders will all connect in regular forums, dialogues, and research sessions around the year. The museum of the Future will also share knowledge and research of the latest scientific discoveries, developments, and trends.

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It was located next to the famous Emirates Towers on Sheikh Zayed Road. The museum is going to give a peek into the world 50 years from now. It will also exhibit and predict how next-generation solutions, containing artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and identifying potential threats.

The architecture firm Killa Designed the Museum and made it of fiberglass and stainless steel frame. Moreover, National Geographic considered Dudai’s museum as one of the world’s 14 most beautiful museums in the world.
This museum is Decorated with Arabic calligraphy covering its stainless-steel exterior saying, “The future belongs to those who can imagine it, design it, and execute it.”

However, the MOTF is spanning in 323,000 square feet and 252-square-foot-high. It has seven stories dedicated to different experiences.

Three of its floors are including immersive exhibitions, which focus on outer space resource development, ecosystems, health, and bioengineering.

Other floors will focus on near-future technologies. That aims to find solutions to important problems including health, water, food, transportation, and energy.

In addition to a whole floor just for kids to explore and solve challenges in their own way to become future heroes.

A three-finger salute statue that can be notable in the museum, According to Sheikh Mohammed it refer to win, love and victory.

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