Johnston, Pamela, editor. “Award in Context.” In Intervention Architecture: Building for Change. London: I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd., 2007.
Over the past 30 years, the Aga Khan Award has recognised outstanding architectural achievements in some 32 countries. It has held seminars, conferences and exhibitions to explore and discuss the crucial issues of the built environment, and published the proceedings to bring these subjects to a wider audience. It has brought together the architectural community and policy-makers to celebrate the prize-winning projects of 10 award cycles in important historical and architectural settings, and has invited the leading thinkers and practitioners of the day to frame the discourse on architectural excellence within the context of successive master juries and steering committees. This section of the publication Intervention Architecture highlights all of the winning projects of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture through 10 cycles.