Jean Nouvel's Doha museum nears completion

Close-up view of the interlocking disks of the upcoming National Museum of Qatar designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel

Photographs released of National Museum of Qatar

New images have been released of Jean Nouvel’s National Museum of Qatar which is due to open at the end of the year.

The design of the 40,000sq m museum, which is built on the Corniche in Doha, is said to be inspired by the desert rose.

The museum will tell the history of the Gulf state, combining historic objects and contemporary influences.

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