New Zealand: The Aga Khan Exhibition of Architecture arrives in Auckland

An exhibition featuring the winning entries from the world-renowned Aga Khan Award for Architecture was opened for display at the University of Auckland on Wednesday, 12th September and was attended by Deputy Mayor Bill Cashmore, Associate Professor of the School of Architecture and Planning Julia Gatley, National List MP Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi, Young Engineer of…

UNESCO Afghanistan reveals Bamiyan Cultural Centre competition results — Archinect com / watch video on Competition Jury Process

The UNESCO Office in Afghanistan announced today the grand prize winner and four runner-up teams in the Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition. Launched last November, the single-stage competition invited architects worldwide to propose designs for a cultural  center in the Bamiyan Valley of Afghanistan that would contribute to the country’s gradual process of reconciliation, restoring…

Aga Khan Award for Architecture at the Cité de l’architecture et du patrimoine, Paris – 2013 Recipients: Five Projects for a Sustainable World

  Please also see: Article en français Paris, 26 March 2014 — An exhibition entitled “5 Projets pour un monde responsable” (“Five Projects for a Sustainable World”) was inaugurated today. The Exhibition, which focuses on the 2013 cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, will be on display at the Cité de l’Architecture et…