Aga Khan Award for Architecture. "Reports of the Master Jury (1980-2013)." Geneva: Aga Khan Award for Architecture, 2010.
Each cycle, the independent master jury of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture selects projects that are deserving of the Award. These projects, before being publicly announced, are presented by the master jury to the Award steering committee. The Report of the Master Jury aims to position the premiated projects within a larger debate of topics and discussions taking place in the field of architecture and of relevance to issues and concerns facing the built environment in the Muslim world.
This document contains the Master Jury Reports from each of the 12 cycles of the Award and provides an overview of the pertinent issues in the built environment at the time.