Modernity and Community: Architecture in the Islamic World
Type
book
Year
2001

This book contains the premiated designs of the eighth cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, held in 2001, with major essays by Kenneth Frampton, Charles Correa and David Robson. An international jury including architects Ricardo Legorreta and Glenn Murcutt, and artist Mona Hatoum selected nine diverse projects for this cycle that convey a successful negotiation between modernity and community. Also included in the book is a chapter devoted to the works of renowned Sri Lankan architect Geoffrey Bawa, who was awarded the Chairman’s Prize.

Citation
Baker, Philippa, editor. “Modernity and Community: Architecture in the Islamic World.” London: Thames & Hudson, 2001.
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Aga Khan Award for Architecture and Thames and Hudson
Country
Iran
Morocco
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Egypt
Jordan
Turkey
Language
English
Keywords
Aga Khan Award for Architecture
Aga Khan Award for Architecture Shortlisted Project
Aga Khan Award for Architecture Winner
contemporary architecture