Interior design and architectural projects get a boost in Qatar

Interior design and architectural projects get a boost in Qatar

2022 World Cup, 3rdAnnual Concepts Middle East, Fifa

Following FIFA’s decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, and the region’s resilience to the current recession, the country has received attention from a variety of foreign organisations and ranked 17th on a Global Competitiveness Report in 2010.

With this in mind, the 3rdAnnual Concepts Middle East, organised by French business information company naseba, will be held on February 22-23 at the Renaissance Doha in Qatar.

It is hosting up to 100 architects, interior designers and construction consultants all involved in high profile projects across the Middle East, with a focus on those in Qatar’s progressive construction industry.

“We strongly believe that planned projects will be continually supported by each respective government and government entities across the region – and Qatar in particular – in light of the Qatar Vision 2030,” said Fabien Faure, MD, naseba.

“I believe the 3rdAnnual Concepts Middle East is certain to attract the leading players in the interior design industry.”

The two-day event has already confirmed several industry speakers, such as Kevin Underwood, vice president and principal, AECOM Design + Planning; Tim Makower, partner, Allies & Morrison, and Michel Mossessian, principal, Mossessian & Partners.

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