Bee’ah’s new Zaha Hadid-designed HQ is 40% complete
Environment management company and waste management specialists Bee’ah has announced that work on its new Zaha Hadid-designed Sharjah headquarters is now 40% complete.
Bee’ah group CEO Khaled Al Huraimel told fmME in an exclusive face-to-face interview that “work is currently in full swing”.
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“We expect [that] approximately a year from now [it will be complete] in the last quarter of 2018. The project is iconic in so many ways, because it is one of the last projects designed by the late Zaha Hadid that she worked on herself,” he said.
Inspired by the dunes of the desert, the entire facility is set to be 100% powered by renewable energy.
The new HQ will also have a research centre, an amphitheatre, a learning centre.
The architects also designed two primary dunes-shaped structures that will house the public, management and administrative section, connecting through a central courtyard “oasis” inside the building. Read more about Zaha Hadid’s Bee’ah design here.