Herta & Paul Amir Building houses an Israeli Architecture Archive, and a new section of Photography and Visual arts. Building was designed by architect Preston Scott Cohen.

Forty years after the architectural competition that preceded the construction of the present abode of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Museum announced, in 2002, a competition for the planning of a new building of about 19,000 m2, enabled by a donation from Herta and Paul Amir, Los Angeles.