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Architecture is art with engineering

From path breaking projects to pioneering benchmarks, architect Reza Kabul has changed the way we look at design.

As a child, he aspired to be a pilot only to fly all over the world. But life had other plans. After his degree in architecture from MSU Baroda and a three-year stint with Hafeez Contractor, Reza Kabul started his practice from his father's Irani cafĂŠ in Worli. "The big advantage was that the premises had a telephone line," he says. A telephone connection was a big luxury in

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