Inclusive: The six winning projects of the 2022 Aga Khan Award for Architecture embody an inclusive, pluralistic outlook
Winners of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2022 with Crown Prince of Oman, His Highness Sayyid Theyazin Bin Haitam Al Said and Princess Zahra Aga Khan | AKDN / Akbar Hakim
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The Award has been a lighthouse to those who feel we can design and build differently; to those who believe we have a responsibility to build appropriately.

Princess Zahra Aga Khan

Every project has a story - about how it has been conceived, built and lived - that cannot be explained simply through drawings and images. One of the preoccupations of the 2022 Master Jury was to consider the realities of the post-Covid era, alongside the environmental, economic, social, technological and aesthetic aspects of each project.

Farrokh Derakhshani, Director of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Foreword to Inclusive Architecture (Edited by Sarah M. Whiting), 2022

The projects and the people we honour show how architecture that is truly global, can also be deeply local. They show us how architecture can create dialogue among people, build bridges between communities, and act as places of sanctuary for those in need.

Princess Zahra Aga Khan