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Architecture teaches me something new everyday – Architect Sarbani Ghosh

Ar. Sarbani Ghosh believes that Architecture teaches her something new everyday and helps her reinvent herself in every project. Her mantra is “to be a student of the profession that she loves”. Ar. Sarbani Ghosh graduated from Sir. J. J. College of Architecture, Mumbai. After training under several renowned architects like Raja Aederi and N.M. Barai, she joined Ar. Pheroze Kudianawala in 1996. She was mentored by Pheroze and John Kudianawala personally and became a Design Director with them in the same year. She headed…

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The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building – Louis Kahn

This is an article of a series on the masters of Architecture. Louis Kahn was born in Pärnu, Estonia, on February 20, 1901. His family immigrated to the United States when Kahn was a child. Louis Kahn attended Philadelphia’s Central High School and the Public Industrial Art School. He later studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was mentored by the French-born architect Paul Crete. Kahn received his degree in architecture in 1924 at the University of Pennsylvania and opened his own firm…

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Life is short. Let’s build stuff that matters – Ar. Sabeena Khanna

Architect Sabeena believes in Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Simplicity is the intimate sophistication”. Architectural inspiration came to her at an early age from her father, Ar. V.N Shah, who spearheaded Haryana and Himachal Pradesh for almost 20 years as Chief Architect. Sabeena Khanna travelled the length and breadth of these states with him and was fascinated to see new places and cultures, meet people and even visit construction sites. Little did she realize that by participating in daily discussions or travelling with her father, she was…

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