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ABOUT FUTURE INTERIORS QATAR

Building on the success of Future Interiors Qatar Conference, Advanced Conferences & Meetings is proud to announce the fourth edition of Future Interiors Qatar – to be launched within Hospitality Qatar 2018 Exhibition.

The 4th Future Interiors Qatar 2018 will provide insights into the currently active interiors projects with sessions on project plans, progress updates, key investment areas and requirements for procurement.

This cutting-edge conference is Qatar’s premium platform for interior designers, architects, and developers who need to deliver excellent interior design for Qatar’s residential, commercial, hospitality, retail, tourism and leisure projects.

Exploring new and advanced construction materials and products, alongside current design trends, Future Interiors Qatar will provide a platform for Qatar’s interior architecture and design industry to gather and exchange knowledge, share best practice and network.

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Excellent Opportunities for the Construction & Hospitality Industries

Did you know?
  • Doha’s expecting 41 hotel projects and 11,722 rooms in its hotel construction pipeline.
  • Doha is the third most active city in the Middle East and Africa when it comes to hotel construction.
  • Qatar is the GCC’s fastest-growing construction and infrastructure market, with more than $200-billion worth of projects by 2021.
  • QAR580.8 billion (US$160 billion) budgeted for 2022 FIFA World Cup.
  • Qatar plans to spend QAR 133.5 billion (US $36.6 billion) for the implementation of the metro rail network in Doha.

 

Top Reasons To Attend

  • NETWORK with leading interior designers, architects and MEP engineers.
  • UNDERSTAND how to design functional, cost-effective and sustainable interiors.
  • DISCUSS future projects and current challenges for Qatar’s design industry.
  • LEARN how to market your own interior design firm and build your clientele.
  • REVIEW Qatar’s most innovative interior design projects, including Qatar National Museum, Education City and Doha’s metro stations.

 

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