Mosul Museum of Antiquities
Type
book
Year
1973
The Mosul Museum of Antiquities, alternatively named the Mosul Museum, was one of Mohamed Makiya's and Makiya Associates' buildings in Iraq, and the only one built in Mosul of which the Aga Khan Documentation Center is aware.  This volume contains original photographs of architectural drawings in Arabic, and original photographs taken during construction of the building.  The Aga Khan Documentation Center did not receive the original drawings for the Museum with the Mohamed Makiya Archive; these photographs of the site plans, floor plans, and elevations are the only representations of the drawings known to the Center.
Citation
Makiya Associates. Mosul Museum of Antiquities. London: Makiya Associates, circa 1973
Associated Sites
Authorities
Collections
Copyright
Aga Khan Documentation Center, MIT Libraries (AKDC@MIT)
Country
Iraq
Language
English
Arabic
Dimensions
21.5 x 29 cm (8.5 x 11.5 inches)
Building Usages
museum
public/cultural
Materials
photograph
Keywords
plans
architectural drawings
museums
construction