ROVASI lights up the Qatar National Museum
The Qatar National Museum was designed by architect Jean Nouvel, who was inspired by the desert rose rock typically found in the region when designing this emblematic building. The museum includes space for permanent exhibits, temporary exhibits, an auditorium and different restoration zones for a total of 52,167 m2. ROVASI developed custom lighting fixtures for the museum’s general interior lighting. The fixtures, originally from the V20 family (trimless appearance downlights that come in a symmetric and asymmetric light distribution), were redesigned by the ROVASI technical team to achieve every detail of the requirements established by the architect and the Licht Kunst Licht lighting designers.