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Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

September 6, 2013
Photo © AKAA / Marc Lins
Islamic Cemetery
Altach, Austria
Designed by Bernardo Bader Architects, the new cemetery serves the local Muslim community in industrialized western Austria, where the younger descendents of immigrants wanted a community burial place, rather than following the tradition of returning the dead to former homelands.

 
The Aga Khan Award for Architecture, given every three years, announced the latest winning projects at a press conference in Lisbon, where a ceremony celebrating the honors was to be held at the medieval Castle of St. George, overlooking the Portuguese capital. The prizes, which were first awarded in 1980, are intended to recognize design excellence and positive impact on communities that have a significant Muslim population. Both historic restoration and new construction are eligible for consideration. This year's winners were selected from a short list of 20.

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery
Khartoum, Sudan
This 63-bed hospital and surgical center was designed with sustainable features by Studio Tamassociati, including the re-use of containers that brought materials to the site, and the extensive use of solar panels and natural light and ventilation.
Photo © AKAA / Raul Pantaleo

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery
Khartoum, Sudan
This 63-bed hospital and surgical center was designed with sustainable features by Studio Tamassociati, including the re-use of containers that brought materials to the site, and the extensive use of solar panels and natural light and ventilation.
Photo © AKAA / Raul Pantaleo

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery
Khartoum, Sudan
This 63-bed hospital and surgical center was designed with sustainable features by Studio Tamassociati, including the re-use of containers that brought materials to the site, and the extensive use of solar panels and natural light and ventilation.
Photo © AKAA / Raul Pantaleo


Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

The Salam Centre for Cardiac Surgery
Khartoum, Sudan
This 63-bed hospital and surgical center was designed with sustainable features by Studio Tamassociati, including the re-use of containers that brought materials to the site, and the extensive use of solar panels and natural light and ventilation.
Photo © AKAA / Image courtesy Studio Tamassociati

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Revitalization of Birzeit Historic Centre
Birzeit, Palestine
A project of the Riwaq Centre for Architectural Preservation, the restoration of the decaying core of a rural Palestinian village engaged the community in creating public spaces out of aging structures and provided employment for local workers and craftsmen.
Photo © AKAA / RIWAQ

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Revitalization of Birzeit Historic Centre
Birzeit, Palestine
A project of the Riwaq Centre for Architectural Preservation, the restoration of the decaying core of a rural Palestinian village engaged the community in creating public spaces out of aging structures and provided employment for local workers and craftsmen.
Photo © AKAA / RIWAQ







Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Revitalization of Birzeit Historic Centre
Birzeit, Palestine
A project of the Riwaq Centre for Architectural Preservation, the restoration of the decaying core of a rural Palestinian village engaged the community in creating public spaces out of aging structures and provided employment for local workers and craftsmen.
Photo © AKAA / RIWAQ

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Revitalization of Birzeit Historic Centre
Birzeit, Palestine
A project of the Riwaq Centre for Architectural Preservation, the restoration of the decaying core of a rural Palestinian village engaged the community in creating public spaces out of aging structures and provided employment for local workers and craftsmen.
Photo © AKAA / RIWAQ




Aga Khan Awards Announced

Aga Khan Awards Announced

Islamic Cemetery
Altach, Austria
Designed by Bernardo Bader Architects, the new cemetery serves the local Muslim community in industrialized western Austria, where the younger descendents of immigrants wanted a community burial place, rather than following the tradition of returning the dead to former homelands.
Drawing courtesy AKAA / Bernardo Bader







http://archrecord.construction.com/news/2013/09/130906-Aga-Kahn-Awards-Announced.asp
http://www.akdn.org/arabic/akaa_home.asp
Dr. EMAD HANI ISMAEEL
                 Ph.D. in Technologies for the Exploitation
                 of the Cultural Heritage .
                 Senior Lecturer in the Dept. of Architecture

                 College of Engineering , University of Mosul 
                 Mosul - Iraq .

E-mail:        emadhanee@yahoo.com
                   emadhanee@gmail.com
                   http://emadhani.blogspot.com/
Tel :           +964 (0)770 164 93 74

 

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