Dubai reviews park redesign proposals

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Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality have reviewed some creative proposals to redesign 10 public parks in the emirate.
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  • The latest joint project is part of an ongoing partnership between Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality
  • Together, they are looking to undertake beautification projects to enrich the city’s urban landscape

Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality have reviewed some creative proposals presented by participants selected to redesign 10 public parks in the emirate, according to official sources.

Brand Dubai is the creative arm of the Government of Dubai Media Office or GDMO, which hosted the meeting. GDMO Director General Mona Al Marri attended it.

The meeting was said to have been aimed at supporting the 30 participants in aligning their designs with the city’s broader urban redevelopment vision and the needs of the community.

It was part of the joint park redesign project undertaken by Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality.

It apparently looks to promote sustainable land use and enhance community well-being and happiness.

Al Marri was quoted by the sources as saying: “We were extremely impressed with the proposals that were submitted by the Emirati professionals chosen to participate in the redesign of public parks.”

She added: “The participants, who include architects, interior designers and event planners, have been able to add new dimensions of creativity to the project in their efforts to create compelling spaces that attract more visitors and enhance the sustainability of the city.”

Al Marri also noted that the latest joint project is part of an ongoing partnership between Brand Dubai and Dubai Municipality to undertake beautification projects to enrich the city’s urban landscape.

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