The Nubian Museum was created thanks in part to the joint efforts of the United Nations, UNESCO, and the Egyptian Antiquities Organization. The project for the museum was conceived with the purpose of preserving and showing the collection in such a way that it was integrated to the landscape and the current context, maintaining the local traditions.

The design for the museum was awarded the Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2001.

Location: Aswan, Egypt

Year: 1997

Client: Arab Bureau of Design and Technical Consultation, Egyptian Antiquities Organization

Project Scope: Museum project and architectural direction.

Exhibition area: 3,100 m2

Project director: Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Jorge Agostoni

Collaborators: Humberto Alcántara Nava, Vicente Romero Rubí, José Luis Hernández, Hilario Rangel Ramírez, Rosa Ma Riojas Zaragoza.