- About Us
- Dubai Mainland Company
- Free Zone Company
- Other Services
- Serviced Offices
March 05, 2020
It took 17 days to 3D print, 2 days to install and three months to build, landscape and interior design. Created with just one printer which measured 20 feet high, 120 feet long and 40 feet wide, the construction of the Office of the Future used 50 percent less manpower than conventional buildings of a comparable size and produced 60 percent less construction waste.
Today, the office is home to Dubai Future Foundation’s Dubai Future Academy (DFAc), a knowledge hub that seeks to prepare leaders with the skills and tools to understand and adopt emerging technology, as well as, address future challenges that are facing our world today.
Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) was officially recognised as a new Guinness World Records title holder for building the world’s first 3D-printed commercial building. The occasion added to the massive number of over 400 world records the UAE currently set.
The UAE is well on its way to becoming a major incubator of innovation and future technology in the world, and Dubai particularly. In line with the UAE’s Vision 2021 program, the Dubai government has devised a bold strategy to be the world’s most innovative city by 2021.
Get a QuoteWhatsApp