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Anant Raje


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Born in Mumbai (India) in 1929, he graduated from JJ School of Architecture, Bombay University. From 1966 to 1969 he has worked at Louis Kahn’s atelier in Philadelphia. In 1969 he was appointed site architect and development supervisor for the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, which bring to completion after Kahn’s death (1974). Presently he teaches and continues independent practice in Ahmedabad. Among his works: the Forest Management Institute in Bhopal and the Institute of Statistics in New Delhi. He has held exhibition in India and abroad and was awarded the Gold Medal from Indian Institute of Architects.

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