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3+ Interesting Pieces Of Wood Were Used To Create The Gift Shop In The National Museum Of Qatar



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3+ Interesting Pieces Of Wood Were Used To Create The Gift Shop In The National Museum Of Qatar



Koichi Takada Architects have completed the interior layout of this gift shop in the National Museum of Qatar.
The timber walls of this gift shop were inspired from the Dahl Al Misfir (Cave of Light), an undercover refuge located in the center of Qatar, that’s formed chiefly from fibrous gypsum crystals that give off a faint, moon-like, phosphorescent glow.
The natural structure echoes Koichi Takada’s vision of bringing nature into structures, establishing relationships that link people and nature through style. Each bit has a exceptional layout, meaning it could just fit with its complementary piece.
The pieces were then constructed by hand at Doha by Italian master carpenter, Claudio Devoto along with his group of artisans.

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