Dubai Healthcare City is a futuristic multi-functional complex focusing on medical services on Dubai seashores.
The future needs of tourists and citizens of Dubai were the primary fuel for Kalbod Architects to design the world’s largest medical tourism center in the Persian Gulf.
The project is defined in five different layers with a pedestrian-oriented approach. Each layer is dedicated to a specific use: the underwater layer consists of the main entrance, the only access route for cars and public transportation, as well as pedestrian access and public green spaces.
Reaching the land level, the crescent-shaped site plan symbolizes the traditional Arabic architecture style and embraces the buildings; the central tower for educational and cultural uses, 14 smaller towers dedicated to medical functions, and finally, smaller buildings supporting the island’s residential needs.
Images credit Kalbod Studio
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