Ove Arup Associates. Architect's Record for Druk Pema Karpo Institute. 2007.
In the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, the architects of projects enrolled through the nomination programme receive an Award documentation package which describes the standardised presentation requirements. In addition to submitting photographs, slides, and architectural drawings, architects are asked to complete a detailed questionnaire pertaining to use, cost, environmental and climatic factors, construction materials, building schedule, and, more importantly, design concepts and each project's significance within its own context. Presentation panels are drawings, images, and text prepared by the architect and submitted to the Aga Khan Award for Architecture during the later round of the Award cycle. The portfolios are kept in the Aga Khan Trust for Culture Library for consultation purposes. These project presentation documents include the architect's record and the aforementioned submission documents, as well as including the graphic presentation panels for the project in A3 format.