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  • Dubai Mixed-Use Towers by Fentress Architects
  • Dubai Mixed-Use Towers by Fentress Architects
  • Dubai Mixed-Use Towers by Fentress Architects
  • Dubai Mixed-Use Towers by Fentress Architects

Dubai Mixed-Use Towers

Dubai, United Arab Emirates 2,297,800 sf / 213,470Completion 2012

The Dancing Sisters rise more than 700 feet (210 metres) with a graceful lilt suggestive of two dancers in rhythm with one another, one convex, one concave, artfully connected yet independent.

  • 2

    Number of stories in Sky Lounge and Restaurant

    2

    Number of stories in Spa and Amenities Deck

Adjacent to the Burj Khalifa, the two slender towers express dynamic celebration and good luck to a booming city with a vertical skyline unlike any other in the world.  Often considered an architect’s playground, the people and culture of Dubai City were the primary inspiration for Fentress’ design. The towers were nicknamed the Spice Girls in reference to Dubai’s role in the spice trade and the musicality of the design in this state-of-the-art city of the first, the most, and the tallest.