The Qatar National Convention Centre, designed by the renowned Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, is one of the most sophisticated convention and exhibition centres built to date, boasting iconic design bearing the ‘Sidra Tree’.

The spectacular façade resembles two intertwined trees reaching up to support the exterior canopy. The tree is a beacon of learning and comfort in the desert and a haven for poets and scholars who gathered beneath its branches to share knowledge.

Designed to host several types of conferences, conventions, spectacles, exhibitions, meetings and banquets, it was conceived with a focus on sustainability, the building is designed to operate efficiently with innovations such as water conservation and energy-efficient fixtures.