Afghanistani Developments, Contemporary Building Project News, Design, Properties
Contemporary Afghan Buildings – New Asian Built Environment, Property + Design Links
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Building Developments
South Asia and Central Asia Architectural Projects + Key New Property Designs, alphabetical:
We feature a wide range of Afghanistan buildings, from contemporary to traditional. Some projects are new-build developments and others are conservation projects involving ancient heritage sites.
Afghanistan Architecture Designs – chronological list
Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design
Maria Grazia Cutuli Primary School
National Museum of Afghanistan
National Museum of Afghanistan Kabul
Central Asian Building Developments
South Asia and Central Asia Architecture Projects
Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition design by Barna Architects:
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Historical places include the cities of Herat, Kandahar, Ghazni, Mazar-i-Sharif, and Zaranj. The Minaret of Jam in the Hari River valley is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Cultural Center of the Russian Federation in Kabul building design by Architectural bureau A.Len:
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A cloak reputedly worn by Islam’s prophet Muhammad is kept inside the Shrine of the Cloak in Kandahar, a city founded by Alexander and the first capital of this Asian country. The citadel of Alexander in the western city of Herat has been renovated in recent years and is a popular attraction for tourists.
National Museum of Afghanistan, Kabul building designed by THEEAE LTD. (The Evolved Architectural Eclectic Limited):
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In the north of the country is the Shrine of Ali, believed by many to be the location where Ali was buried. The National Museum of Afghanistan is located in Kabul.
Maria Grazia Cutuli Primary School, Heart:
picture © AKAA / Nazes Afroz
Herat is the third-largest city in this country. It has a population of about 436,300, and serves as the capital of Herat Province, situated in the fertile valley of the Hari River. This building has been shortlisted for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2013.
KPT Tower Building Pakistan
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Website: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan