by Casper Johansson in Architecture on Thursday 13 August 2009

This rather bizarre looking building designed by James Law Cybertecture for the dynamic Dubai skyline was scheduled to be completed by the end of this year. The aptly-named Shuffle Towers is divided into sub-stratas and literally shuffles, with the top section allocated for apartments, the middle area for offices, and the bottom to house a giant shopping mall. According to the architects, the design “allows the twisting angle between the office tower and the residents tower to change over time, affording different views over the seasons’. Ah, we see. And we’ll see, too, if it ever actually sees the bright light of the Dubai sunshine.
suffle tower dubai
suffle tower dubai
shuffle tower dubai