Named after and inspired by the ‘tree of life’ in James Cameron’s movie Avatar, this futuristic Dubai tower will offer opulent waterfront residences with banyan tree décor and private waterfalls.

Remember James Cameron’s magnum opus Avatar and the mesmerizing tree of life Eywa in it? How does a chance to live inside the Tree of Life sound without actually leaving your beautiful planet? European real estate developer R.evolution is making the ambitious dream a reality with its first residential project in the UAE, Eywa. The boutique residential development will be the new address of luxury living interlaced with root designs and private waterfalls. Ideally located on the banks of the Dubai Water Canal with unbridled views of the water, Downtown Dubai, and the Burj Khalifa, Eywa will boast 48 two to five-bedroom waterfront residences ranging from 3,064 to 16,256sq ft in size.

The most eye-catching aspect of the development is its structure, inspired not only by the sacred Banyan tree but also the iconic Southern Sky Column, aka Avatar Hallelujah Mountain, located in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Hunan, China. The developer says Eywa is rooted in the irresistible concept of “Wild luxury,” featuring design elements like a chef’s table and library to private waterfalls and hammocks.

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Alex Zagrebelny, Chairman and CEO of R.evolution, said, “By focusing on a unique, truly luxurious experience, we don’t just build square footage; we create highly competitive, one-of-a-kind properties, and Eywa is a prime example of our philosophy. He continued, “It almost goes without saying why healthy and sustainable housing is so important. We take an active approach to reducing carbon footprint, minimize waste and use sustainable practices”.

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Qasim Mansoor, Chief Development and Operations Officer at R.evolution, said, “We are thrilled to launch Eywa in Dubai and meet the growing needs of consumers for homes that provide a holistic experience. Going beyond the realms of comfort, design, and security, addressing the wellness needs of our residents lies at the core of all our developments, and Eywa will further exemplify this.” The spectacular Dubai tower will be flanked by restaurants and shops and is expected to open in 2026.

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