2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture winners announced
Islamic Cemetery: Wooden ornament. Photo: AKAA / Bernardo Bader
The prestigious Aga Khan Awards for Architecture program has announced the 2013 winners at a ceremony in Lisbon, Portugal.
Established in 1977, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture is given every three years to recognize all types of building projects that positively affect today’s built environment in communities in which Muslims have a significant presence.
The five projects selected by the 2013 Master Jury are:
Islamic Cemetery in Altach, Austria by Bernardo Bader Architects
Revitalization of Birzeit Historic Center in Birzeit, Palestine by Riwaq - Center for Architectural Conservation
Rehabilitation of Tabriz Bazaar inTabriz, Iran by ICHTO East Azerbaijan Office
Rabat-Salé Urban Infrastructure Project in Rabat, Morocco by Marc Mimram Architecture
Salam Center for Cardiac Surgery in Khartoum, Sudan by Studio Tamassociati