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Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The view is of an underground seafood restaurant with a simulated submarine access tunnel. The far wall is a sea water aquarium.
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Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: An opulent lounge with large arabesques decorating the floor and high backed seating are the feature of this lounge area.
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Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom

Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The view is of a set of elevator doors to the Al Muntaha restaurant. Glass doors and highly patterned carpet are included with the geometric patterned elevator doors.
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Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The view is of the bridge connecting the Burj al Arab island to the shore. The railings and balusters are shown.
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Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom

Burj al Arab Hotel

Description: The main view of the facade from the vehicle entrance is shown. The helipad is visible at the top of the structure.
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Date: 1993/1999
Creator: Wright, Tom
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Bastakiya Quarter

Description: The view from the southwest shows the elevated north wing of the adobe building in the historic neighborhood of Bastakiya in Dubai.
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Date: unknown

Traditional House in Historic Bastakiya Neighborhood

Description: The view is of the facade of a traditional style house in the historic neighborhood of Bastakiya in Dubai. The raking view is from the southeast direction. Blind arcades decorate the surface of the facade and an extended entrance is topped with a series of pierced panels.
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Date: unknown