The design of the Hotel and Apartments, currently on site for the prestigious Mandarin Oriental Group in Doha, takes its point of reference from traditional Qatari architecture, which has been reinterpreted in a contemporary Modernist architectural language. The massing and elevational treatment of the Hotel and Apartment buildings is carefully integrated within the hierarchy, scale and character of the historic street, lanes, squares and courtyards surrounding the site. The buildings and spaces were carefully articulated, in plan, to avoid any sense of heavy massing. The arrangement of the buildings around a plaza to the rear creates a shaded, restful, pedestrian-porous oasis.
Doha, Residential, Commercial
John McAslan & Partners, Architect
Burns & McDonnell, Multi-disciplinary Engineers & Executive Architect
TIME Qatar, Project Manager
Brisac Gonzalez Architects, Associate Architect
Burton Studio, Landscape Architect
Jones & Phillips Associates and Charlcoal Blue Ltd, Theatre Consultants
Sandy Brown Associates LLP, Acoustic Consultant
WSP, Fire Engineering
Derek Porter Studio, Lighting Consultant
Brian Debnam, Cultural Consultant
Arup, AECOM and Allies & Morrison, Executive Masterplan Development Consultants
Rider Levett Bucknall, Executive Cost Consultant
Davis Langdon, Quantity Surveyor
Heitmann & Associates, Facade Consultant
Humbold Arnold Associates, Catering Consultant
Vertegy, LEED Consultant
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