Aga Khan Award for Architecture: The role and value of Algerian heritage in the Muslim world

“Algeria is an open country that needs to be studied in depth architecturally. This is an opportunity for our experts to find out where our architecture is located in the context of sustainable development “, said yesterday the Minister of Culture, Mr. Azzedine Mihoubi chairing the twelfth session of the 10th Aga Khan Award for Architecture housed Algeria for the first time.

Aga Khan Award for Architecture: The role and value of Algerian heritage in the Muslim world06-12-2015 – via Google translate: A two-day event held at the palace of Moufdi-Zakaria culture. An exhibition entitled “Architecture, that’s life” that put in perspective shortlisted 20 projects in 15 countries for the 2011-2013 cycle of the Award, is also organized.

This event jointly established between the Ministries of Culture, Housing and the Aga Khan Foundation, distinguished himself for his first day by holding a large conference devoted to the theme of universal cultural heritage.Through this meeting the experiences of several countries in this field were presented.

Source: El Moudjahid

Earlier related:

The exhibition of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture opens in Algiers

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