Vacation & Travel
1 April 2019
by Nupur Trivedi
After eight years in the making, the National Museum of Qatar has officially opened, revealing Koichi Takada Architects’ stunningly designed interior architecture. The Sydney-based design firm won an international competition to design the interiors of the Doha museum in 2012.
Koichi Takada’s interior design offers a nice complement to the museum’s exterior architecture. French architect and Pritzker-prize winner, Jean Nouvel, is responsible for the satellite-like, disc-shaped exterior, which was inspired by the desert rose mineral formation. Koichi Takada’s design concept of ‘desert scapes’ offers an ode to Nouvel’s daring creation.
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