10 Design completes architectural work on Dubai Creek’s Al Seef

Hong Kong architecture firm 10 Design has recently completed the architectural work on Dubai Creek’s Al Seef area, a newly opened retail and hospitality destination launched by Meraas.

Leading the project from concept design through to construction supervision, 10 Design’s scheme broke down the retail and F&B amenities into a series of standalone pavilions located along the shores of the Dubai Creek.

Opening onto the promenade, the pavilions “blur the distinction between internal and external spaces, providing the canvas for exciting, active and bustling retail and hospitality concepts,” said a statement released by the practice.

Spanning 670m of the Dubai Creek waterfront, Al Seef also accommodates two hotels by Jumeirah — a 150-key Zabeel House Mini and a 200-key Zabeel House.

Extending from the hotels is the creation of separate F&B water pavilions that spill out and into the creek, stepping across a terraced, cascading landscape for a distinctive take on waterfront dining opportunities.

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