Maximizing the role of interior design in Qatar
The 3rd annual Future Interiors Qatar conference will be held in Doha on 5-6 September.
Supported by Qatar Green Building Council, the event will address new technologies and strategies to maximize the role of interior design for the FIFA World Cup 2022 and Qatar National Vision 2030.
With high level speakers from Asghal, Qatar Rail, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar Green Building Council, Qatar Green Leaders, and Render Atelier, Future Interiors Qatar 2016 will discuss topics including healthcare interiors, designing for functionality, hospitality design, BIM versus CAD, and promoting well-being through sustainable design.
With the construction of eight stadiums for the Qatar world cup well underway, millions of dollars of investment will be spent on designing and constructing commercial, retail, residential, hospitality and transportation to cater for the influx of tourists into Qatar.
Currently underway, is Lusail City, one of the most ambitious and advanced construction projects ever to be undertaken. The city is expected to cost in the region of $45bn and will comprise the Lusail stadium, the Lusail mall and housing to accommodate 450,000 people.
Also underway in Qatar is the Msheireb Downtown Regeneration Project. The project will simultaneously preserve and regenerate the historical Downtown Doha area and is being constructed in four phases. Phase four consists of a public plaza and twelve mixed use buildings.
Still to be completed is the ambitious Doha Metro project. The Doha metro will serve the capital and surrounding suburbs and will include a red, green and gold line.
The 3rd annual Future Interiors Qatar 2016 will provide a platform for Qatar’s interior architecture and design industry to gather together to exchange knowledge, share best practice and network. It will bring together interior designers, architects, developers and end-users to discuss and showcase the latest interior design projects and opportunities for fit-outs in Qatar.