Under The Eaves of Architecture The Aga Khan: Builder and Patron

By: Jododio, Philip

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One Review copy downstairs The Aga Khan, Imam of fifteen million Shia Imami Ismaili Muslims, is one of the most important patrons of architecture in the world. Whether it be through the prestigious Aga Khan Award for Architecture, established in 1977, through his own construction efforts which include universities, housing and religious buildings, over the past fiflty years he has commited himself to improving the physical environment of many thousands of people across the world. For the first time, on the occaison of the Aga Khan's Golden Jubilee, the full extent of these activities is revealed in a book based on more than fifty interviews with those who have carried out programmes, and with the Aga Khan himself. Illustrated throughout with colour photographs. 216.p. in total.

Title: Under The Eaves of Architecture The Aga Khan: Builder and Patron

Author Name: Jododio, Philip

Categories: Architecture.,

Edition: First edition

Publisher: London, Prestel Publishing Ltd: 2007

ISBN Number: 3791337815

ISBN Number 13: 9783791337814

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 9548

Keywords: ARCHITECTURE MONOGRAPH AGA KHAN