Royal Atlantis

Note: As this project is under construction, the data is based on the most reliable information currently available. Additionally, in response to the COVID-19 global health pandemic, construction work may temporarily slow or suspend under restrictions imposed by local or national authorities. This data is thus subject to change until the building has completed and all information can be confirmed and ratified by the CTBUH.


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Facts

Official Name Royal Atlantis
Structure Type Building
Status Under Construction
Country United Arab Emirates
City Dubai
Street Address & Map Palm Jumeirah
Building Function hotel / residential
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2014
Construction Start 2016
Completion 2020
Official Website Royal Atlantis

Companies Involved

Owner Investment Corporation of Dubai
Developer Investment Corporation of Dubai; Kerzner International
Architect
Design Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Main Contractor Ssangyong Engineering & Construction
Other Consultant
• Interiors David Mexico Design Group; GA Group; Sybille de Margerie
• Landscape WET
• Marketing Knight Frank
Material Supplier
• Formwork Doka GmbH
• Steel ArcelorMittal

About Royal Atlantis

Located on the northern crescent of the Palm Jumeirah, Royal Atlantis is positioned between the Persian Gulf and the artificial lagoons created from the formation of the palm’s landmasses. The curvilinear form of the building is punctuated by voids within the structure, creating sheltered outdoor spaces shaded from the desert sun while also taking advantage of gulf breezes passing through the openings to providing passive cooling for the building.

The structure’s vertical transportation system is set within six reinforced concrete building cores, from which extend a series of shifting floor plates arranged as a set of two towers stepping down to a large central voided topped with a “spa-bridge”. The spa-bridge features an expansive amenity deck complimented with pools, lounges, cabanas all located more than 100 meters above the ground.

Research Papers

Tall Building Predictions for 2020
Jan 2020 – CTBUH Journal 2020 Issue I

Royal Atlantis, Dubai: A Permeable and Polycentric Urbanism
Oct 2018 – CTBUH Journal 2018 Issue IV


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