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How open is ‘open’?

How open is ‘open’?

Burj Dubai will reportedly open on December 2.

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July 29, 2009 3:28 by



Burj Dubai will open allegedly on December 2, UAE National Day, according to Arabian Business, citing an anonymous architect.

Kipp feels that when developers use words like “open” or “complete”, we suspect they’ve got their own definitions. Based purely on empirical evidence, Kipp has found that ‘complete’ and ‘open’ can mean partially finished and somewhat functional.

Dubai has taught Kipp that there are stages to being open and complete, and that the words can be used to describe any stage, from marginally open to the entirely open.

Cynical? Yes. But we’re hoping we’ll be proven wrong.



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  1. Shehab Ahmed on July 29, 2009 9:33 pm

    since it is going to be a major attraction wonder if they will let people in for a fee like Sear tower in Chicago.

     
  2. David Sheridan on July 30, 2009 10:50 am

    Further to Shehab’s comment… Sears Tower was renamed Willis Tower last week under a commercial agreement with the Willis insurance company. What chance the ‘Burger King Burj Dubai’?

     

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