Aga Khan Award for Architecture On-Site Review Reports (1980-2016)

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture is one of the most rigorous architectural prizes in the world. As part of the selection process, an expert panel of On-site Reviewers are appointed each cycle. These specialists visit shortlisted projects and conduct an in-depth survey of the project through interviews with the architect(s), client(s), and users. This survey is then converted into a standardized report. The On-Site Reviewer is then asked to present their findings directly to the Master Jury. In essence, they become the eyes and ears on the ground for the Master Jury. 

This collection presents the On-site Review Reports of all the shortlisted projects from 1980-2016. 

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