Intervention Architecture: Building for Change

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Since its inception in 1977, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture has recognised almost 100 projects that have set new standards of excellence in architecture, planning, conservation and landscape design. Cutting a swathe across the globe from west Africa to southeast Asia, each project selected for the 2007 Award is illustrated with detailed drawings, specially commissioned photographs and concise descriptions. An introductory essay by Homi Bhabha is accompanied by texts from Omar Akbar, Homa Farjadi, Sahel Al-Hiyari, ...

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