Open Access Library on the Built Environment of Muslim Societies
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The Aga Khan Documentation Center at MIT (AKDC@MIT) and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture are pleased to invite you to explore Archnet Next, a new iteration of the largest online library focused on the built environments of Muslim societies. Archnet Next is the first major reimagining of the site since 2013. Archnet Next has been completely redesigned to be more responsive to users in all corners of the world and on all sorts of devices in order to remain the essential reference on the architecture, planning, and landscape design in Muslim societies. Explore and enjoy.

Aga Khan Museum: Publications
Bing and Harrington Balkan Archive (BHBA)
Architecture and Urban Development of the Deccan Sultanates
Eastern Architectures Secular and Religious: From Pre-historic Times to the Early Twentieth Century
Historic Photos of Architecture from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Islamic Art
A3-Archnet Collaborative for the Documentation of Africa's Built Heritage
Architecture, Ceremonial, and Power: The Topkapi Palace in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries
Conservation and Local Development
The Mughals, Uzbeks, and the Timurid Legacy
Mughal Architecture: An Outline of Its History and Development (1526-1858)
Rehabilitation of Souk al-Saqatiyya
Aleppo, Syria
El Emir Abdelkader Mosque
9J4Q+RJ Constantine, Algeria, Algeria
Ankara Office Towers
Ankara, Turkey
Benedictine Monastery of Toumliline
Azrou, Morocco
Urban Renewal of Samora Machel Street Precinct
17 Samora Machel St, Durban Central, Durban, 4001, South Africa, South Africa
Bala Hissar Conservation
Kabul, Afghanistan
Ode Omu Central Mosque
Ode Omu, Nigeria