Burj Khalifa known as Burj Dubai before its inauguration, is a megatall skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
It is the tallest building in the world standing at 828 metres (2,716.5 feet).
Not just the king of buildings, the Burj's height surpassed anything ever built by man from the ground up.
Burj Khalifa holds the world record for Highest number of storeys in the world with 163 storeys.
Burj Khalifa holds the world record for the highest habitable floor at 160 storeys.
Burj Level 153 of Burj Khalifa is the highest occupied floor in the world.
Construction of Burj Khalifa began in 2004, with the exterior completed in 2009. The primary structure
is reinforced concrete. The building opened in 2010, as part of the new development...
The artworks vary from
impressionism to abstract works, but they all reveal an Arabic cultural context.
The common areas of Burj Khalifa all have a bespoke fragrance that was selected from among 18 aromas.The fragrance
with the materials in each space for a subtly different experience.
The exterior of the Burj Khalifa has 26,000 glass panels, designed by 300 Chinese cladding experts who had to
ensure that the exterior would withstand the high heat of the summer in Dubai.
Burj Khalifa's lighting perfectly complements the character of the building as a simple and elegant structure.The
facade is lit by a series of stroboscopes, that can be individually programmed to chase up the tower or sparkle
in a pattern or at random.
The tower's landscaped areas are divided into 3 distinct sections, for the residences, the offices and the hotel. The
landscape design comprises a palm court, six water features, a lake-side promenade, forest groves, a play area
and terrace gardens.
On a foggy morning, when a thick layer of fog settles over the city of Dubai, the view from Burj Khalifa's Observation
Decks is something to behold. It appears as though you are standing above the clouds....
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