Serie Architects’ Dubai arts centre opens

Serie Architects' Jameel Arts Centre in Dubai. The main entrance from the Jaddaf Waterfront Sculpture Park

Three-storey building is first of its kind in Gulf

Serie Architects has completed the first non-governmental contemporary arts institution of its kind in the Gulf.

The 10,000sq m Jameel Arts Centre is a three-storey, multi-disciplinary space on a sliver of land that reaches out into Dubai Creek.

It contains 10 gallery spaces of different sizes, the UAE’s first open-access arts library and resource centre, seven desert gardens designed by landscape architect Anouk Vogel, commissions, studio and events spaces, a restaurant and shop.

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