Standing apart on the waters of the Corniche, in the Qatari capital, Doha the Museum of Islamic Art draws influence from traditional Islamic architecture. A glass curtain wall on the north side offers panoramic views from all five floors of gallery space, and the structure—which is made of limestone and captures hourly changes in light and shade—has become an iconic presence in the region.  Photo 12 of 12 in 10 I.M. Pei Buildings We Love