Transforming visions into icons

Buildner for Qatar

Buildner's deep experience in the Middle East positions us as an ideal ally for Qatar's bold architectural projects. Renowned for orchestrating influential architecture competitions, we are adept at connecting Qatar’s forward-thinking vision with an extensive network of global architectural talent.

Buildner's offer to Qatar

At Buildner, we specialize in bringing architectural dreams to life. With a rich history spanning over a decade, we've orchestrated more than a hundred successful competitions, leaving an indelible mark on the world of architecture.

Our recent collaboration with the Dubai government stands as a testament to our expertise. This partnership resulted in one of the world's most acclaimed architectural competitions, showcasing our capability to handle projects of significant magnitude and complexity.

A Decade of excellence

Our ten-year journey has been marked by relentless innovation and unparalleled success in the architectural competition arena

Global architect network

We boast a network of over 300 elite architects, ensuring that your jury panel is composed of the best minds in the industry

Expansive reach

Our global outreach extends to over 200,000 architects and designers, offering you an unmatched pool of talent and creativity

Understanding Qatar's architectural aspirations

At Buildner, we've closely observed and been inspired by Kuwait's ambitious and strategic goals.


Investing in tourism and cultural initiatives is a key strategy for enhancing Qatar's attractiveness as a global destination

Qatar National Convention Center

Designed by Arata Isozaki, it features a facade resembling two intertwined trees, symbolizing a beacon of learning and comfort in the desert. It includes a vast conference hall, exhibition space, and multiple meeting rooms.

Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex

By HOK, this terminal is a contemporary design that pays homage to Qatar’s rich cultural heritage, with a silhouette recalling ocean waves and sand dunes.

Al Janoub Stadium

Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, this stadium was planned for the 2022 World Cup, with a capacity that can be reduced post-tournament, embodying sustainable design principles.

Qatar National Library

OMA designed this library to house over a million books across Doha’s National, Public, and University Libraries, emphasizing the vitality of the book and the importance of knowledge sharing.

Sidra Medical and Research Center

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects designed this facility as part of Qatar Foundation’s Education City, featuring a hospital and research center focused on women’s and children’s health.

Economic diversification

Transitioning from an oil-based economy to a more varied and robust economy, with a focus on sectors beyond oil and gas.

Sustainability and green initiatives

Prioritizing sustainable development and greening the economy to meet global environmental standards.

Tourism and cultural enhancement

Developing infrastructure and projects to boost tourism and promote Qatar's rich cultural heritage.

Global and regional influence

Strengthening Qatar's international presence and attractiveness for foreign direct investment (FDI).

Industrial and advanced manufacturing

Advancing sectors such as industrial manufacturing, aviation, logistics, and sports to diversify economic activities.

Buildner aligns with Qatar's goals through architecture competitions

Buildner’s architecture competitions can significantly contribute to achieving Qatar's top goals

Economic diversification

By encouraging innovative architectural designs, these competitions can inspire a range of development projects beyond the oil sector, supporting Qatar's shift towards a diverse economy.

Promoting sustainability

Competitions can emphasize eco-friendly and sustainable designs, aligning with Qatar's commitment to greening its economy and adhering to global environmental standards.

Enhancing tourism and culture

Unique and iconic architectural designs from these competitions can serve as new tourist attractions, enriching Qatar's cultural landscape and enhancing its appeal as a global destination

Bolstering global influence

Showcasing Qatar’s commitment to world-class architecture through these competitions can attract foreign investments and elevate Qatar’s international profile

Supporting industrial and manufacturing growth

By focusing on designs that integrate advanced manufacturing and logistics facilities, these competitions can stimulate growth in these key sectors, supporting Qatar’s broader economic diversification efforts.

Ready to transform Qatar's architectural future? Reach out to Buildner and tap into a world of architectural ingenuity. Together, let's craft iconic Qatar's visionary ambitions.

Case study: The Buildner-Dubai innovative partnership

Insights into a pioneering architectural collaboration between Buildner and Dubai government


The "House of the Future" competition, initiated by the Dubai government, challenges architects and designers to develop innovative housing designs for Dubai's residents. The primary goal is to create homes that are culturally resonant, aesthetically pleasing, sustainable, and smart, all within a budget of no more than 1 million Emirati Dirhams.

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The House of the Future competition reaffirmed Dubai's position as a beacon of innovation and creativity on the global stage, driven by our dedication to improving the quality of life for the people of Dubai.

His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Executive Council

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