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The following narrative description adequately describes the Dream Island Conceptual Plan and envisions the company's goals, to be realized upon the completion of the development of the Dream Island Resort, in approximately two years.
For the very first glimpse, it is obvious that Dream Island is a place like no other. Viewed from a distance, its signature world-class architecture and dramatic displays of water, fire and light make it clear that this is not just another international resort island. By day or by night it evokes romance. In the daytime, its dark, thick green of shade trees and palms, and its white sandy beaches stand in stark contrast to the mainland from which it is viewed. By night, the darkened trees of this exotic isle contrast with the warm and colorful glow of lights and torches. There are periodic shows that further animate and attract explosions of light, fire and water to the faint sounds of a musical beat. By day or by night, it is an exotic tropical island within easy reach.
The island is approached by crossing a short bridge that connects it to the mainland. This carefully choreographed Entry Procession travels through a Bosque of palms in pools of water flanked with glowing walls of cascading water. Views continue between a pair of towering torches which frame a lagoon. A Great Arch, the opening of which is filled with a streaming curtain of water, concludes the view.
The island is a place of contrasts - fire and water, light and dark, energetic density and tranquil openness. The architecture continues this theme. Light, airy forms cover heavy stone bases. Though contemporary and international in detail, it draws inspiration from the architecture of the mystical Arabic world. The bases gather inspiration from ancient villages and towns - thick, cool, heavy expanses of richly textured stone with small and infrequent openings The flying steel canopies that cover and shade the stone bases, courts and walkways below are inspired by the tents of the nomadic Bedouins.
At the core of Dream Island is the Lagoon, an elliptical pool of blue with a visitors marina and surrounding pedestrian Promenade, which is populated by shops, cafes, entertainment venues and cool, shaded courtyards. Immediately adjacent to the Promenade are the resort hotel, aquarium, water park and waterfront restaurants. It is in the lagoon that the explosions of light, fire and water occur. In the daytime, in addition to the water filled Great Arch, the promenade is lined with water canons that stream into the lagoon. Water walls and curtains further enliven and cool the space.
At night, the space really comes alive. Flaming torches and streams of colored light march along the promenade edge and reflect off the surface of the Lagoon. The water curtain of the Great Arch becomes a quiet, ever changing dance of light. Twice nightly, the energetic elegance of the lights and torches transforms into an engaging frenzy of activity, a "Fantasia" like show of music, light and video The Great Arch serves as both stage and screen.
To the North of the Lagoon are the Dream Island Park and Water Park. To the Northeast, the Promenade culminates in the Aquarium Court. To the South, it leads to a direct connection with the Hotel. The Park is a large open space, filled with green lawns and huge shade trees. It offers countless outdoor activities, including animal rides for children. The Park surrounds the Dream Island Water Park, which claims the top of the Lagoon's ellipse to form a protected and controlled body of water filled with all manner of water slides and rides.
The Aquarium Court includes a water front family Aquarium, an aquarium themed restaurant, and shaded, outdoor cafes. The entire court affords great views of the Lagoon, the Great Arch, and the sea beyond.
The Resort Hotel lives in the best of both worlds. On one side it fronts the Lagoon, the Promenade and Great Arch. Guests have immediate pedestrian access to all that this area has to offer. Once arriving at Dream Island, they never have to use their cars. To the Hotel's south, its gently curving form captures a completely quiet and private resort, complete with a private beach, multiple swimming pools, a spa and wellness center and several restaurants.
Directly to the north of the hotel on the West side of Dream Island is a palm filled park and the South Beach Villas - three clusters of spacious and luxurious villas. In addition to great views across the water toward the mainland, these terraced villas enjoy all the services that the hotel has to offer. The South Beach Villas feature a private beach and a waterfront swimming pool and recreation complex, as well as a sports court. North of these villas, and of the Entry Procession, is the Marina. The clamshell shaped Marina features a number of moorings available to Dream Island residents. The Marina is surrounded by the terracing Marina Residences - all of which afford excellent views of the boats, water and mainland beyond. The Marina Residences also feature a sports court and two water front swimming pools.
To the east of the Marina are the North Beach Villas. Cloisters of villas terracing down to the sea, each of these villas has a private garden, private parking and stunning views of the sea. Many also offer views of the distant King Fahd Bridge. These villas also enjoy a waterfront complex of swimming pools and have direct access to the island's semi-public beach. This area includes the Dream Island Health Club and Spa, which resides right on the water's edge.
Connecting the Entry Procession, Lagoon, Hotel, Park and all three residential neighborhoods is an elliptical circulation road. The spine of this palm-lined road is a deep blue canal, which is punctuated and animated by a line of bubbling fountains. Moving from the road out to the edge of the island, there are two more deep blue elliptical canals that work their way through the residential neighborhoods.
Guests leaving Dream Island will take away vivid memories of an exotic island filled with refreshing contrasts, shows and energy, cool and calm, variety and richness - and of countless reasons to return.