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In line with the overall theme of Expo 2020 Dubai "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future", the Thematic Districts site is represented by an inter-connected three districts namely Opportunity, Mobility, and Sustainability. These districts represent the majority of the exhibition area of the Expo Project and as a matter of fact the project is inspired by core themes of ideas which relate to each district. Opportunity is inspired by the desert with its glowing orange and yellow colors; Sustainability is inspired by nature and has a vegetation and greenery theme; whereas Mobility is inspired by water and the electronic blue glow of technology. The three 'petals', each designed with unique and distinct character, comprise of 86 buildings spread over the sub-theme zones and provide exhibition spaces for participating countries. The Thematic Districts are designed as three large petals hosting 86 Exhibition buildings and leading visitors towards the focal connecting point of the Expo project called Al Wasl.
The One Thousand Museum is a high-end, high-rise residential building designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The iconic towers location in Miami’s arts and cultural district offers unique views that overlook Biscayne Bay. The building contains seven stories of podium parking, half and full-floor penthouses along with a duplex penthouse. Amenities include a double-height aquatic center, sky lounge, an indoor/outdoor pools, a wellness/spa level and a rooftop helipad.
The Office of the future is the worlds first fully functional office built using 3D printed concrete elements. It currently serves as a temporary office building for the Dubai Future Foundation during the construction of the Museum of the Future. The office consists of “cassettes” that were printed using a 20 foot tall 3D concrete printer in China. Once shipped to Dubai the cassettes were assembled and erected on site in just a few days.