Museum of Islamic Art
Semi-transparent room dividers made of architectural mesh provide structure for museum spaces and generate dynamic spatial effects. With two story-high layers of Baltic design mesh, architect Wilmotte intentionally applied a moiré effect to incorporate a sense of flowing movement.
Attachment: Flats with Clevis
Location: Doha, Qatar
Architect: Wilmotte & Associés
Market Segment: Municipal
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