Photos: Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2019 Ceremony

14th triennial cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture ceremony concluded earlier today in Kazan, Russia. Ismailimail is pleased to bring photo highlights of the event courtesy State Counsellor of the Republic of Tatarstan. More photos are available for viewing at the source

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“The rich architectural dialogue we seek to foster should include a renewed respect for the rich diversity of Islamic cultures themselves. In addition, we should also be working to foster a rich dialogue with non-Islamic cultures – including diverse religious traditions.” His Highness the Aga Khan. Aga Khan for Architecture Awards Ceremony, Kazan, Russia, Sep 13, 2019.

Architecture in Dialogue “Official” Award book is available for Pre-Order

The official Award book: Architecture in Dialogue published by ArchiTangle,

AKAA 2019 Book cover

Berlin is now available for Pre-Order. This publication presents the shortlist of the 2017–2019 award cycle. From a group of almost 400, 20 projects have been shortlisted by the Master Jury and evaluated by an expert group of technical reviewers. Some of these projects have been honoured with the Aga Khan Award. In addition to detailed descriptions of all projects, this book gathers a series of personal statements from the members of the Steering Committee and the Award’s Master Jury on key issues that were crucial in the discussions for the final selection and assignment of the award recipients. Assembled together, this book presents a selection of the outstanding examples of sustainable and socially relevant architecture in the world today and opens up fundamental perspectives for the planning of the future.

Click on the link to order: https://architangle.com/book/aga-khan-award-for-architecture-2019

A Russian language edition of this publication is also available for pre-order.

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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