Dubai’s Zaha Hadid Architect-designed Opus hotel nears completion

Dubai’s Zaha Hadid Architect-designed Opus hotel nears completion
The Opus - Site Visit , buisiness bay dubai, 1762, 01/01/2000 Photo by Richard Hall/ITP Images
Published: 20 August 2019 - 5:14 a.m.

A fit-out is under way for The Opus in Dubai, a mixed-use building designed by the late Zaha Hadid that’s made of two conjoined towers with a central voluminous void.

The building, which resembles an ice cube melting from the inside out, will feature a hotel from contemporary Spanish brand Melia Group of Hotels.

Hotel interior fit-outs for the ME Dubai hotel are reportedly ongoing and are set to be completed next year.

In 2017, Bishop Design unveiled plans for a dining space in the ME Dubai hotel.

And in May this year, luxury real estate developer Omniyat, which is building The Opus, secured financing of $40.8m (AED150m) from Mashreq Bank for the fit-out of ME Dubai.


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