This is the last masterpiece of the Chinese architect Bellomin. It's worth visiting the museum. It has Islamic characteristics. Many cultural relics from Iran and Turkey are very beautiful. The surrounding scenery is also beautiful and the construction is very good.
Walking into the Islamic Museum, the silver dome of the atrium is a hemisphere with Arabic characteristics, which is composed of complex figures. The center of the hemisphere is like a human eye pupil gazing at the visitors silently. It makes people solemn and solemn. The walls of the building are decorated with large glass curtain walls. Outside the window is the magnificent view of the Persian Gulf. The museum displays the history from the birth of Islam to the heyday of the Ottoman Empire. We dare not shoot the exhibits rashly, but leave them blank. The night was already dark, and the lights on both sides of the bay were fading and the stars were shining brightly. Look at the coconut trees and listen to the waves. It seems that both body and mind are melted into the sea, free from worry and open-minded. Especially, the dreamlike sea of broken gold and jade makes people intoxicated and infatuated. Looking back on the Art Palace floating on the sea, waving goodbye and meeting again!!!
The Doha Museum of Islamic Art is located on an artificial island off the coast of Doha, Qatar. It covers an area of 45,000 square meters. It is the most comprehensive museum with Islamic art as its theme so far. The exterior walls of the museum are stacked with white limestone and refracted on the blue sea to form a magnificent force of deterrence! __________ Looking at the details of the building, the typical Islamic geometric pattern and the arch windows of the traditional Arab style add a little softness to this huge thing, and slightly neutralize its spirit of military force! ___________ Under the huge silver dome of the museum atrium, the 150-foot glass curtain wall decorates the walls, through which people can see the golden sand in the blue sea! Learn more about Islamic culture and art through Islamic Museum!
An absolute surprise and by far my favorite thing to do in Doha. A beautiful collection, stunning architecture, beautiful views...the whole thing is extremely well done and organized so that your visit flows nicely from room to room. Even the gift shop is lovely.
This sprawling museum is as striking on the outside as it is inside. Stunning modern minimalist architecture on the outside contrasts the ancient treasures that are housed inside. Artefacts and historical art from all around the Islamic world are beautifully presented. Art lovers and history buffs and all visitors to Doha for that matter should make this is a must-see.
Everything about this museum is stunning -- the location, the I.M. Pei design, and the art collection. Well-displayed without too much text, the museum is nicely organized in a way that educates but still appeals to short attention spans.Be sure to walk the grounds and take photos of the skyline. Nice to see such a thorough yet well-curated collection.