A proposal for a water park in the Middle East named Fine Flower—Dubai Heart has been unveiled by Hermann Kante & Associates. The design aspires to break the record for the largest leisure park in the world, the tallest water slider, and the largest man-made waterfall building.
The firm was invited to attend an international restricted competition by The Dubai Municipality to reinvent the City Waterfront by proposing an entertainment center for Dubai. The project is directed by the following architects: Hermann Kamte (Creative Director), Ange Djoke (Architect), and Joseph Ndi (Architect & Urban Planner).
Fine Flower—Dubai Heart aspires to attain the record for the world’s tallest artificial waterfall and proposes to explore the connection between humans and the elements of water, earth and air. The design consists of a heart-shaped design surrounding three towers and is inspired by the shape of a flower.
Fine Flower—Dubai Heart is a small island divided into several elements to encompass different activities such as the tall water slides and towers, water activities plaza, sports activity areas, children’s water zone and water playground, cafes & restaurants, gift shops, lockers, showers and a panoramic restaurant tower, beach areas, water jogging walkways, food service areas and open theatre plaza services.