DUBAI OPERA : Revisited !
It’s almost a month, since the world’s latest centre of performing arts, the Dubai Opera House, opened its door too a “culture hungry” audience.
Night after night, the show goes on, but during the day, there are no dancers, or singers to wow spectators. It is an ensemble of construction workers, tirelessly trying to finish the unfinished surrounding areas, water features, landscaping and pavements.
” check the previous construction photos HERE “
Let’s take a little look around, to see how the 2000 seat “showground” looks during the day.
the necessary social media friendly “photo op”… just don’t forget the hashtag 🙂
View from the Emaar Boulevard. Notice the black plastic still covering the glass booths in the back
Booths with plastic and vinyl covering unfinished interiors.
Fountains are only working during the night
Not sure what that is, but looks cool
Enjoy the full gallery :
Can’t wait for the trees to be open
View towards the entrance
Towards the lake with still non functional water features
Car Park ready
In the shadows of the tallest building … Burj Khalifa
The artistic impression
Sneak Peak from the inside corridors
So beautiful …don’t you agree ?
Detail of the facade
Love the arabesque motifs
Wondering what will be inside of these?
The building is based on a share of dhow, the traditional vessel .
From the road…
2000 seat, multi functional auditorium
THANK YOU FOR VISITING
AND COME BACK SOON 🙂