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ABOUT FUTURE INTERIORS QATAR

Building on the success of Future Interiors Qatar 2016, Advanced Conferences & Meetings is proud to announce the fourth edition of Future Interiors Qatar – powered by Project Qatar.

The 4th Future Interiors Qatar 2017 will provide insight into currently active interiors projects with sessions delivering insight into project plans, progress updates, key investment areas and requirements for procurement.

This leading-edge conference is Qatar’s premium platform for interior designers, architects, developers and end-users who need to deliver excellent interior design for Qatar’s many residential, commercial, hospitality, retail, tourism and leisure industry 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 together to exchange knowledge, share best practice and network.

Interior Projects Investment in Qatar

4th Annual Future Interiors Qatar 2017 has been designed to showcase the latest interior design projects and opportunities for fit-outs in Qatar. With the construction of eight stadiums for the Qatar world cup well underway, millions of dollars of investment will be spent on designing and constructing commercial, retail, residential, hospitality and transportation to cater for the influx of tourists into Qatar. 

Lusail City: Under development is Lusail City, one of the most ambitious and advanced construction projects ever to be undertaken. The city, which is expected to cost in the region of $ 45 billion, will consist of two marinas, a theme park and housing to accommodate 450,000 people. The smart city will also comprise the Lusail iconic stadium and the Lusail mall.

Msheireb Urban Regeneration Project: Also underway in Qatar is the Msheireb project which is the world’s first sustainable downtown regeneration project. The project will simultaneously preserve and regenerate the historical Downtown Doha area. The Msheireb Project will be a fusion of Qatari heritage with modern technology and architectural accents and is being constructed in four phases. Construction of phases one to four are complete. Phase four consists of a public plaza and twelve mixed use buildings.

Doha Metro: Still to be completed is the ambitious Doha Metro project. The Doha metro will serve the capital and surrounding suburbs and will include a red, green and gold line. Phase one of the Doha Metro project is expected to be complete in 2019 and will consist of the construction of all three lines. The second phase of the project is expected to be completed in 2026 and will involve the construction of 72 stations, the largest of which will be Msheireb Metro Station.

The 4th annual Future Interiors Qatar 2017 will provide platform for Qatar’s interior architecture and design industry to gather together to exchange knowledge, share best practice and network. It will bring together interior designers, architects, project owners, developers and end-users to discuss and showcase the latest interior design projects and opportunities for fit-outs in Qatar and the most innovative products and solutions for commercial, residential, hospitality, private and public sector interiors

Call us today on +971 4 361 4001 or email opportunities@acm-events.com for further information.

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Excellent Opportunities for the Interior Design & Construction Industry

Did you know?

  • 41 hotel projects and 11,722 rooms are in Doha's hotel construction pipeline
  • The 3rd most active city in the Middle East and Africa when it comes to hotel construction is Doha
  • With more than $200-billion worth of projects by 2021, Qatar is the GCC’s fastest-growing construction and infrastructure market
  • US$160 billion (QAR580.8 billion) are budgeted for 2022 FIFA World Cup
  • 8 stadiums for the Qatar world cup underway, millions of dollars of investment will be spent on designing and constructing commercial, retail, residential, hospitality and transportation
  • US $36.6 billion (QAR 133.5 billion) are to be invested by Qatar for the implementation of the metro rail network in Doha
  • The 6th world cup stadium to be constructed is Lusail stadium in Qatar. Construction has begun and the stadium will be entirely energy efficient and will hold 80,000 people.

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

Advisory Board

  • Zarmina Qazi

    Interior Designer – Healthcare Design
    Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’

  • Gabriel Gil

    Senior Architect and Interior Designer
    Astad

  • Omeima Osman Ismaiel

    Architect & Interior Designer
    British Institute of Interior Design (BIID)

  • Dean Matsumoto

    Principal
    Kasian

2016 Speakers

  • Fouad Michel Antonios

    Senior Design Engineer, Buildings Design Management Department
    Public Works Authority, ‘Ashghal’

  • Mohamed Ahmed Timbely

    Senior Director, Architecture & Design
    Qatar Rail

  • Amr Metwally

    Head of Architecture Division, PMC
    Hamad Medical Corporation

  • Parnika Ray

    Senior Architect
    Cracknell

  • Nasser B. Abulhasan

    Principal
    AGi Architects, Kuwait

  • Hamoda Youssef

    Head of Communications and Sustainability Consultant
    Qatar Green Building Council

  • James Dilley

    Head of Interior Design and Hospitality
    Jestico + Whiles, UK

  • Martin Hay

    Principal
    Kasian

  • Andrea Corsini

    Founder/ Design Director
    Render Atelier

  • Shaikha Al Sulaiti

    Interior Design Manager
    Msheireb Properties

  • Henrik Clausen, B Eng; M IDA, M IESNA

    Director
    Fagerhult Lighting Academy

  • Jan Marinus

    Senior Executive SieMatic
    Almana Maples

  • Laura Staffa

    Group Marketing Brand Manager
    Hempel

  • Liana Butt

    Associate, Interior Designer
    Kasian Qatar Consulting LLC

  • V. Akilan

    head of technology
    Berger paints

  • Go Sugimoto

    Senior Associate
    Jump Studios

2017 Sponsors, Media Partners and Supporters

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Exclusive Dinner Sponsor
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The ACM Interface+ Format

The ACM Interface+ conference format is designed to optimise the valuable and finite time our busy delegations can dedicate to being out of the office while also enhancing their enjoyment of the ACM on-site experience. Specifically tailored to our region of operations here in the Middle East, the Interface+ format maximises networking opportunities, facilitating the building of profitable relationships within the context of a dynamic, efficient and relevant learning environment.

ACM conference days, using the Interface+ format, have an earlier start than conventional agendas and conclude with a late lunch. The conference sessions are regularly punctuated by refreshment and networking breaks to allow for unhurried face-to-face interaction between peers, colleagues and business prospects. The mid-afternoon conclusion of our formal conference agenda allows for government representatives and busy executives to adjourn earlier in the day, having still enjoyed a full and rich programme of content. Post-lunch, ACM will offer additional, optional learning and networking opportunities in the shape of workshops, product demonstrations, technology launches, site visits, pre-arranged 1-2-1 business meetings and hosted receptions.

Interface+ makes timing sense for our delegates and business sense for our sponsors.