14 December 2019
by Natasha Levy
National Museum of Qatar gift shop, Qatar, by Koichi Takada
A staggering 40,000 pieces of wood were used to form the undulating surfaces of the National Museum of Qatar’s gift shop.
Designed in reference to the Dahl Al Misfir cavern, the shop’s soaring walls stagger downwards to form stalagmite-like columns with in-built display shelves. Light trickles in from the outdoors through skylights punctuated in the ceiling.
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