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teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island is 25% complete

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teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island is 25 percent complete, Abu Dhabi’s culture and tourism department (DCT Abu Dhabi) and Miral have announced.

The new immersive attraction from teamLab is slated for completion in 2024. Covering an area of 17,000 square metres, teamLab Phenomena will feature art installations that are unique to Abu Dhabi.

Mohamed Abdalla Al Zaabi, CEO of Miral, said the development “demonstrates how Miral is contributing to the evolution of the emirate’s cultural landscape”.

teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi will use “cutting-edge immersive technology to interpret environmental phenomena”, he added. It will be a “curated experiential space that influences the incredible architecture around it”.

New immersive art experience for UAE

“This creates a unique guest experience in Abu Dhabi that will be truly transformative, memorable and sharable,” he said.

The teamLab experience will be unique to each visitor, with guests exploring the group’s new ‘environmental phenomena’ concept.

“We are delivering on our vision to welcome the world to Abu Dhabi and inspire future generations to embark on journeys of creativity and discovery,” said Saood Abdulaziz Al Hosani, undersecretary at DCT Abu Dhabi.

“As we transform the emirate into an unparalleled global destination with arts, culture and entertainment at the forefront, teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi will be truly unique and a milestone of innovation and progress.”

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teamLab Phenomena Abu Dhabi joins the Louvre Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island, as well as the upcoming Zayed National Museum, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi and Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi.

The Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi is also 25 percent complete. Located in the Saadiyat Cultural District and due for completion in 2025, it will be the largest museum of its kind in the region.

Last month, Miral announced a portfolio of projects under construction worth more than AED 13 billion ($3.4 billion) on Yas Island and across Abu Dhabi.

Images: Miral / DCT Abu Dhabi


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