We are working in the Sultan Qaitbey area in the 'City of the Dead' in Cairo to ensure long-term preservation of heritage by making it useful for the local community.
Conserved and adapted by ARCHiNOS, the onetime reception hall of Sultan Qaibey is now a hub for art and culture in the City of the Dead run by our not-for-profit arm, the Sultan Foundation.
The sites where we are working in Sudan are extremely important for the country’s rich heritage, from Pharaonic to local Napatan and Meroitic cultures, to the mediaeval Christian period.
Prince Muhammad ‘Ali Tewfiq saw his palace on the Roda Island as a place for revival of Islamic architecture and art. Now it houses a museum showcasing the Prince’s remarkable collections.