Ateliers Jean Nouvel

National Museum . Qatar


Ateliers Jean Nouvel . photos: © Damon McDonald

Located at the beginning of the Doha Corniche, the Qatar National Museum will offer its 40 000 square meters in the neighbourhood of the historic palace belonging to the Al Thani family. Requesting the expertise of the Ateliers Jean Nouvel for designing the new museum, Qatar Museum Authority wants to replace the site of the old museum in the heart of an ambitious program of cultural development.









The new National Museum of Qatar will have an international stature. Its mission is to tie the past of the Emirate, the central place it occupies today on the international scene and its future. The scenography will put into dialogue the national collections and the films directed by prestigious authors that will bring the museum galleries to life. The museum will also offer visitors the opportunity to discover the most outstanding Qatar sites and compare this live experience with the one that will be offered by the collections and the films.

LOCATION Al Corniche Street, Doha, QATAR
CLIENT Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) (Doha,Qatar)
CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE Qatar Petroleum (QP) (Doha,Qatar)
ARCHITECT Jean NOUVEL – Ateliers Jean Nouvel (Paris, FR)
ADVISOR TO JEAN NOUVEL Stéphane MARTIN
ARCHITECTURAL CREATION UNIT Toshihiro KUBOTA, Eric STEPHANY
PARTNERS Eric MARIA (General Manager), Hafid RAKEM (Area Manager), Brian WAIT (Project Delivery Manager)
PROJECT LEADER Philippe CHARPIOT
ARCHITECTS
- Working Drawings, Tender Documents: Nikola RADOVANOVIC (EMA), Magdalena SARTORI (EMA), Matthieu PUYAUBREAU, Maximilien MONTANARO (EMA), Claire BUFFLIER (EMA), Jose MONTEIRO (EMA), Juliana PARK (EMA), Bernard DUPRAT, Daniela FORTUNA (EMA), Michel CALZADA, Georges GROPPAS (EMA), Edouard PERVES (EMA), Marian MORAVEK (EMA), Paul PIRES DA FONTE, Samuel NAGEOTTE, Narjis LEMRINI
- Schematic Design: Benoit PAILLOUX, Nikola RADOVANOVIC (EMA), Yann HECKLER, Victoria D’ALISA (EMA), Maximilien MONTANARO (EMA), Maja KWASNIEWSKA (EMA), Daniela FORTUNA (EMA), Adrien CHAUVEAU (EMA)
- Concept Design : Ana TABORDA, Kiyomi SUZUKI, Pablo ALVARENGA, Valentin BERNARD
INTERNS Laura COLLINS, Khadija DJELLOULI, Miguel REYES
GRAPHIC DESIGN Marie MAILLARD
PERSPECTIVES Mizuho KISHI, Keely COLCLEUGH
ENGINEERS ARUP
CONSULTANTS
- Landscape: Michel DESVIGNE, Aecom
- Computer Imagery: Artefactory
- Cost Consultant: MDA Consulting
- Museography: Renaud PIERARD
- Scenography: DUCKS Scéno
- Façades: BCS / INGPHI
- Interior Lighting: Scherler
- Exterior Lighting: AIK (Yann KERSALE)
- Acoustics: Avel
-Specifications: Atlas
- Landscape Engineering: Aecom
- Bim Management: Gehry Technology
- Interpretive Planning: Ap’culture
- Museographic Lighting: Licht-Kunst-Licht
- Museographic Multimedia: Innovision
- Sound Design: Diasonic (Louis DANDREL)
- Architect of Record: QDC
MODEL Jean-Louis COURTOIS
DATES
- Studies: 02.2008
- Completition: end 2015
PROGRAM Permanent exhibition spaces, temporary exhibition spaces, auditorium (220-seats), forum (70-seats), two cafés, restaurant, boutique, heritage research laboratory, restoration and stockage of relics research laboratory
USABLE FLOOR AREA 53 000 m²
GROSS FLOOR AREA 21 000 M2
- Permanent exhibition spaces : 8 000 m²
- Temporary exhibition spaces: 2 000 m²


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