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Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The view is across the mezzanine lobby level of the southwest wing. Three columns, cascading fountain and boutiques are visible beneath four cantilevered windows of the floor above.
Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The interior of the lobby on the mezzanine level sports opulent furnishings and colorful decor. The monumental swollen and tapered columns are clad in gold leaf.
Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: A straight skyward view shows the scalloped balconies and the gradations in color and also shown is the bracing that supports the glass fiber screen.
Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
Location Info:
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The view is of the boutiques in the northeast wing of the hotel. A glass railing and the large gold leafed columns are also visible. The view includes some of the floor beneath.
Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Chelsea Tower

Description: The view is of the elevated walkway connecting the garage to the ninth story of the hotel. The view is skyward from the ground.
Date: 2002/2005
Creator: WS Atkins Consultants
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Chelsea Tower

Description: The view is of an interior elevator hallway. The shape of the hall space is elliptical and the floor is covered in a patterned design. The space is well-lit and covered with wood, lights, and glass.
Date: 2002/2005
Creator: WS Atkins Consultants
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Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Chelsea Tower

Description: The view is of the tower apex. The diagonally placed spines connect to form a square aperture with a needle shape suspended from the meeting point.
Date: 2002/2005
Creator: WS Atkins Consultants
Location Info:
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design