Singapore-based DP Architects has been appointed the master planner for Seef Lusail, the prime commercial waterfront district of Lusail City, Qatar.
The concept for this high-specification scheme is underpinned by the underlying visionary principals for Doha’s Msheireb cultural and historic quarter project as a whole.
The state-of-the-art Oryx Rotana is superbly situated in a vibrant and prime location. The hotel is closer than any other to Doha’s International airport and the banking district.
Atkins Limited are announced today as the winners of the competition to design the new Sherborne Qatar School to be built in Doha, Qatar. The competition was organised on behalf of the Sherborne Qatar Board of Governors by RIBA Competitions.
Woods Bagot is pleased to announce that it’s Qatar Science and Technology Park has received the Arabian Property Award in association with Bloomberg Television for Best Commercial Building and Architecture.
mossessian & partners’ design for Qatari developer Dohaland wins two AR Future Projects awards for groundbreaking downtown regeneration in Doha.
Conceived as a gathering place where questions are asked, ideas are explored and creativity is fostered, Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art will open to the public on 30 December 2010, in Doha, Qatar.
Located on a large open area in Doha, at the heart of the city center, Qatar Ford Showroom by Zoom, architects is designed to serve as an automobile showroom, as well as the head office for Ford.
The lighting scheme consists of a grid of nearly 4000 three-colour LED luminaries individually addressed to allow animated patterns to be played across the tower’s skin.
KEO International Consultants designed BARWA’s prestigious Financial District Project in Doha, Qatar: two nautilus forms spiral in opposing directions, creating dynamic flow of mass and space.
The Museum of Islamic Art, Qatar, a new cultural icon for the Gulf region: dedicated to reflecting the full vitality, complexity and diversity of the arts of the Islamic world – MIA Doha building.
Located on the grounds of the world-renowned Museum of Islamic Art, the nearly 280,000-square-meter (68-acre), crescent-shaped park is designed by Pei Partnership Architects of New York.