The 26th volume of this superb annual publication, sponsored by the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard and MIT, offers 13 in-depth articles, each well illustrated with color plates of the best quality.
What does AKPIA stand for?
AKPIA stands for Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture (Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Association of Kenyan Professionals in Atlanta (Georgia)
- Association of Korean Physicists in America (various locations)
- Aga Khan Planning and Building Services (Europe)
- Aga Khan Planning and Building Services Pakistan
- Austin Korean Presbyterian Church (Austin, TX)
- All Kerala Private College Teachers Association (India)
- Amyr Klink Projetos Especiais
- Abot Kaya Pabahay Fund (affordable housing)
- Aker Kvaerner Power Gas (Norway)
- Argha Karya Prima Inds
- Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (Malay: Counselling and Debt Management Agency)
- Anugerah Kualiti Pengurusan Kewangan (Malay: Financial Management Quality Award; Malaysia)
- Anugerah Kualiti Perdana Menteri (Malay: Prime Minister's Quality Award)
- Avrupa Konseyi Parlamenterler Meclisi (Turkish: Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly)
- Akademi Ketatalaksanaan Pelayaran Niaga (Indonesian: Academy Management Pelayaran Commerce)
- Alaska Probation Officer
- Asosiasi Konsultan Pembangunan Permukiman Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Development Consultants on Human Settlement)
- Adam Kluger Public Relations (New York, NY)
- Aplichau Kaifong Primary School (Hong Kong)
- Association of Korean Political Studies (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The trust incorporates three main activities, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, the largest architectural prize in the world; the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and the Historic Cities Support Programme, which is involved in restoration projects in Marrakesh, Morocco; Karimabad, Pakistan; Cairo, Egypt; and Zanzibar.
Sponsored by the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture at Harvard and MIT, this well-respected annual presents current research in the history of Islamic art and architecture.