Dubai’s new iPod building inspired by Apple’s iPod

Dubai’s new iPod building inspired by Apple's iPod

iPod building is set to open in Dubai later this year. The architecture of the building is inspired by Apple’s iPod.

The 26 storey building is designed by James Law of Cybertecture from Hong Kong. This new type of architecture is called Cybertecture.

It has 256 apartments ranging from studio apartments, one-bedroom apartments and one to three bedroom duplexes overlooking the Dubai Canal.

Inside the building, the interiors have a range of technologies including biometric locks, mood lighting, voice control and mirrors that can monitor your health.

The building structure is inclined at 6.5 degrees as a leaning tower as a design reference to the original iPod device leaning when standing in its charging dock.