Project: National Museum of Qatar

National Museum of Qatar is another Alpin museum - Building Information Modeling (BIM) and sustainability service project at Doha, Qatar

The new under-construction National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) features an innovative design by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel that is inspired by the desert rose. The 430,000 sq ft museum is created by a series of interlocking discs that create cavities to protect visitors from the desert heat. Located on a 1.5 million-square-foot site at the south end of Doha’s Corniche, the NMoQ building will rise from the sea and will be connected to shore by two pedestrian bridges and a vehicular bridge.

The Project has envisioned with a high standard sustainability from inception of its design.

This involves aggressive pursuance of sustainability design intent during construction so that the Project’s sustainability vision can be materialized.

Qatar Museums intends to develop the carpark for the National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ). The new carpark is on the South side of the on-going project and it will be part of the National Museum of Qatar landscape project to be operated as carpark for the museum’s visitors. The scope, planning and materials will be consistent with the adjacent landscape design.

Qatar Museum Authority


Al Mana Maples


Last modified on May 23rd, 2020 at 11:26 pm