The Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Tinuku ~ Prize of architecture, the Aga Khan Award, has been announced for this year's six amazing project to increase understanding and appreciation Islamic culture through architecture and design.

Sixth architect winners were selected from list of 19 candidates and will receive prize US$1 million. Aga Khan Award for Architecture in honor of exemplary project for success of needs and aspirations people around world where Muslims have significant presence.

Bait Ur Rouf Mosque in Dhaka, Friendship Centre in Gaibandha, and Hutong Children's Library & Art Centre in Beijing part of the list of the six winners. The three other winners are Superkilen in Copenhagen, Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge in Tehran and the Issam Fares Institute in Beirut.

Six projects located in Bangladesh, Denmark, China, Iran and Lebanon have been selected by a committee including Emre Arolat architect, David Adjaye, Dominique Perrault, and the Aga Khan. Awards are given for architectural work associated directly and indirectly with the Islamic community.

Aga Khan Award for Architecture was established by His Highness the Aga Khan in 1977 to recognize and encourage projects that meet the needs of Muslims around the world. A ceremony will be held for the winners of 2016 jahili Fort Al.

Bait Ur Rouf Mosque in Dhaka

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by Marina Tabassum is place for spirituality in urban Dhaka selected because it uses beauty natural light. Ventilation and play of light make building into comfortable environment for spirituality.

In increasingly crowded Dhaka neighborhood, a mosque was built on site creates axis angle 13 degrees to direction of Qibla called for innovations in layout. The volume cylinder inserted into square facilitating light on four sides.

Friendship Centre in Gaibandha

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by Kashef Chowdhury/URBANA is a community center virtue flood-prone areas in rural Bangladesh. Office, library, meeting rooms included in annex building as stage and surrounded by swimming pools.

Local handmade brick construction inspired by aesthetics of monastic ruins of the 3rd century BC Mahasthangahr, early urban archaeological sites have not been found in Bangladesh.

Hutong Children's Library & Art Centre in Beijing

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by ZAO/Standardarchitecture/Zhang Ke is small-scale architectural projects enrich lives of people and turned Hutong. Located approximately one kilometer from Tiananmen Square, the former occupied for building temple.

Superkilen in Copenhagen

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by BIG and Superflex is long park in Nørrebro district of Copenhagen as one of neighborhood's most ethnically diverse and socially in Danish capital. City parks promote revitalization and integration, space and active recreation zone symbolizes culture of 60 countries.

Tabiat Pedestrian Bridge in Tehran

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by Diba Tensile Architecture/Leila Araghian and Alireza Behzadi is infrastructure to connect two parks on highway. A 270 meter arched pedestrian bridge, steel structure 3D displays with two-level deck in three-column tree form.

Issam Fares Institute in Beirut

Tinuku Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2016 has been announced the six architects

Architectural design by Zaha Hadid Architects is campus building for American University of Beirut which reflects vision think tank to promote conversation neutral, dynamic and diverse groups. Area of 3,000 square meters, six concrete floor supported cantilevered 21 meters.

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