The Palestinian Museum with its magnificent architecture wins 2017 RIAI Architecture Awards 

President of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Carole Pollard bestowed the Palestinian Museum the “Presidential Award” as part of 2017 RIAI Architecture Awards.  The Royal Institute was founded in 1839 with the aim of promoting the value that architecture brings to society. The museum was one of 21 winners who made it out of the 60 architectural projects that were shortlisted.   

The Palestinian Museum’s identity attracts international recognition

The Palestinian Museum was awarded the prize for ‘Best Logo’ at the International Design and Communication Awards (IDCA) 2014. Museums from 17 countries participated in the competition that took place in Sydney, Australia. ‘The Museum of Everything’, from Britain, and ‘Musée de la Civilisation de Quebec’, from Canada, were awarded the second and third place from the same category.

The Palestinian Museum and on the same year (2014) was awarded the ‘Best Corporate Identity’ (Typography / Logotypes / Brandmarks) in a competition organized by the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) based in Britain. Entries were invited from around the world, from designers who have used typography as an integral part of their design solution.