High-quality development will reflect Japanese design aesthetics, combining diverse amenities with emphasis on biophilia
Nikken Sekkei, the Japanese architectural, engineering, and urban design firm, has announced the official unveiling of its Dubai-based project, Midori Park.
Located in the Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), the new residential tower and mixed-use development will feature a variety of amenities, including a pool, gym, spa and yoga area, as well as other recreational and social spaces.
Residents will also have access to co-working areas and a children’s playground.
One of the world’s largest practices, Nikken Sekkei said the Midori Park project was designed on behalf of Qube Development, with a vision to revolutionise urban living, prioritising sustainability and well-being through extensive use of biophiliac design.
Fadi Jabri, CEO of Nikken Sekkei Dubai, said: “Midori Park embodies the essence of sustainable luxury living. Our approach places sustainability at its core, emphasising community connectivity and minimised energy consumption while offering exceptional comfort and timeless elegance. Reference to nature has always been a basic principle in Japanese aesthetics. We consider biophilia an essential component of attractive public spaces and are devising diverse ways of incorporating it in the design of urban environments.”
At Midori Park, a signature cascading design of overhanging eaves, shading elements, and vibrant greenery are deployed throughout the complex. A variety of spaces have also been created as dedicated places of reflection and communal gathering.