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Metre Squared supplies flooring for The Museum of the Future

The Museum of the Future is home for optimistic imagination, committed to a more sustainable future for all. The goal is to inspire and empower people to positively shape humanity’s next chapter.

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Flooring supplied: BOLON by Jean Nouvel 

"Metre Squared is very proud to have been selected to be part of this prestigious project. As soon as this project was first announced we wanted to work on it. It is without doubt one of the worlds most beautiful buildings inside and out. It has been an honour to work alongside such an incredible team to complete the project . Congratulations to everyone who has played a part in this momentous achievement."  
Phil Luxon, Partner

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About the Museum of the Future

 

We are of Dubai and for the World

The Museum builds on the visionary culture that has transformed the UAE into one of the world’s most advanced nations in less than 50 years. We are a showcase for the spirit of courage, optimism and innovation that propels Dubai forward.

We are an icon for a New Age

The building is an architectural and engineering marvel. It confidently straddles the past and the future, applying advanced technology to traditional artforms. The building ‘speaks Arabic’: its facade is a canvas for the poetry of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum rendered in the calligraphy of Mattar bin Lahej.

The building’s form is futuristic: it opens a new path away from the highrise towers that dominate skylines everywhere. Its form is symbolic: The circular building represents humanity; the green mound it sits atop represents the earth; the void represents the unknown future.

Our Vision

The Museum is a home for inspiration, open to all. We represent the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum showing what is possible with conviction, commitment and togetherness. Our goal is to provide light in dark times: in an age of anxiety and cynicism about the future, we are showing that things can and must progress.

Our imagined futures are fundamentally hopeful, but honest about the dangers of the present. In our exhibitions, publications, films and public events, we will show how the problems of the present can provide the raw material for a better world.

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