Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind Museum

Best Implemented Project of Temporary or Permanent Museum Exposition

About the project
Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind or JUH is an organization that works towards the ideologies of Freedom, Secularism, Anti-Terrorism & Humanity. It has been active for a century now; this calls for a grand revelry which was done through this museum. It has an orientation space, timeline, library, amphitheater and various other zones. Core to the museum are four experience zones based on the ideals of JUH. A partition zone with halved entities depicting their struggle for freedom; a shadow sculpture made of ritualistic objects of different religions which casts a shadow of India to show India's secularism; an interactive installation to terminate terrorism; an infinite kaleidoscopic zone to introspect and reflect that the country is equally important as one's religion. The space keeps the visitor engaged throughout in a captivating experience while subconsciously inspiring them.

ITO, New Delhi, India

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Applicant and authors of the project
Design Factory India is a multidisciplinary design firm. Our fundamentals lie in creating narratives and experiential spaces. We specialize in museum & exhibition design, heritage spaces, branding, and environmental graphics. We believe in analyzing the roots of issues, and applying design thinking approaches to solve them which are refreshingly creative yet rational and creates meaningful design experiences to the end-user. DFI also initiated dtours — a design travel; dtalks with design experts.

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Client: Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind
Storyteller: Atul Tiwari