Ibrahim, Abdelbaki Mohamed (ed). 1999. Museum of Islamic Crafts, Cairo. In Alam al-Bina. Cairo: Center for Planning and Architectural Studies, 19-22/216.
The museum, which used to be the private palace of Prince Amro Ibrahim, is located on Gezira Street. It consists of a basement and two floors, with an area of 850 square meters. The palace, built in 1924, is a blend of Turkish, Moroccan and Andalusian architectural features. First home to the Gezira Art Center, the palace was renovated and refurbished in 1998 to host the Museum of Islamic Ceramics. Renovation by Architect Dr. Aly Raafat. (Taken from English summary on page 9)