Featuring Doha's Masterpiece in Reside | June Issue

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At the National Museum of Qatar, the newest masterwork by Pritzker Prize–winning architect Jean Nouvel, history unfolds like the petals of an intoxicating, exotic flower.

The 361,861-square-foot concrete-and-steel museum, which opened in the capital city of Dohain March, boldly embraces the past. Its spectacular, saucer-shaped discs form a necklace whose ends are clasped by the historic palace of Sheik Abdullah bin Jassim Al Thani, son of the founder of modern Qatar.

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