In Photos: Dubai Beyond Its Famous Skyscrapers
The landscape of Dubai has changed drastically in recent decades.
But while the city may be known for its tallest structures, life on the ground goes bustling on as Dubai's buildings scrape the sky.
Photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek shows us Dubai’s more grounded side, from the banks of Dubai Creek and the neighborhoods of the old town, to the new low-rise hotel and urban development projects that bring the city’s focus back to street level.
Scroll through to see what is happening in Dubai at eye level.
View from the rooftop lounge of the Four Seasons at Jumeirah Beach, looking to the skyscrapers of Sheikh Zayed Road.
Traditional wooden abra boats and their captains wait to ferry passengers across Dubai Creek.
Dubai's Ali Ben Abi Taleb Street.
Traveling by bicycle on Baniyas Road.
The entrance to Boxpark, a shopping destination built from shopping containers.