Remember Dubai Frame? That giant square structure up by the airport? Well, it is going to open in 2016.

The Dhs120 million mega-structure in Zabeel Park flew onto our radar when construction started back in 2013, and it was announced last year that the Dubai Frame was to be completed and open by Q4 2015.

Well, that didn’t seem to go to plan, with the opening date having been re-announced by Dubai Media Office as Q4 this year.

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If you’ve driven from the airport into the city, you’ll probably have clocked the rather large rectangular frame looming over Sheikh Zayed Road.

Construction updates released last year would have led us to believe that the project was nearing completion, with the sky bridge having been erected and the work on the cladding having begun.

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The structure, consisting of two 150-metre towers are connected by an 100 square metre bridge, giving visitors the opportunity to take in sprawling views from a glass-panelled bridge walkway and from the glass lifts.

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Artist impression of the completed Dubai Frame

On one side of the frame, visitors can look out over of the older parts of the city, such as Deira, Umma Harare and Karama, and on the other the vistas are of a more modern, built up section of Dubai.

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Predicted to be a major tourist destination, there are talks of the Dubai Frame hosting a museum on the ground floor, showcasing the emirate’s sprawling history from a fishing village to a thriving metropolis at the forefront of modern design and architecture.

The Dubai Frame was originally meant to be built entirely out of glass, but after some careful consideration, it was decided instead to install a 25 square metre glass panel on the bridge. If you’re curious as to what the view will be like from the Dubai Frame, check out this 360-degree photo of the Dubai Frame and its surroundings.