The National Museum Of Qatar Among 100 Greatest Places To Visit By Time Magazine

The National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ) has been selected by Time Magazine as one of the 100 greatest places to visit in the world, highlighting the museums immersive video screens and 3 dimensional models.

 Qatari officials arrive at the inauguration ceremony of the National Museum of Qatar, designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, in the Gulf emirate’s capital Doha, ahead of its official opening on March 27, 2019. – The complex architectural form of a desert rose, found in Qatars arid desert regions, inspired the striking design of the new museum building, conceived by French architect Jean Nouvel. 

Iconic architect Jean Nouvel was assigned to build the new National Museum of Qatar which opened its doors for the visitors on 28th March 2019. Inspired by the local desert rose, he designed a massive building complex made of 539 curved disks. On an exhibition surface area of 8,000 sq m, the museum caters to 12 topical galleries showing ultra-large-scale film projections that take visitors on an immersive journey through Qatar’s history. It is the world’s largest permanent video installation.