The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme
Type
book section
Year
2008
The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, from the book Under the Eaves of Architecture: The Aga Khan Builder and Patron.

The Aga Khan has launched numerous initiatives that aim in one way or another to improve the built environment of the Muslim world. For the first time, this book reveals the reasoning behind these efforts and their very substantial scale and ambition. It can safely be said that through the agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network and such prestigious institutions as the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, the Aga Khan has become the leading private patron of architecture in the world. Interviews with more than fifty people closely associated with these efforts, and with the Aga Khan himself, allow this book to give the first overview of programmes and ideas that have benefited thousands of people across the world in the past fifty years.

Source: Cover flap [AKTC]
Citation
Jodidio Philip, editor. The Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme. In Under the Eaves of Architecture: The Aga Khan Builder and Patron. Munich: Prestel, 2008.
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Copyright
Aga Khan Trust for Culture
Language
English
Keywords
Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme