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Another alumnus, another book

last modified Feb 11, 2016 03:24 PM

Architecture of the Buddhist World - The Golden Lands (1st edition, Sep 2014) is the first book in a groundbreaking new series exploring famous temples and sites from the Buddhist world from an architectural point of view.

Vikram Lall, IDBE alumnus from cohort 5, is an award-winning architect, educator, author, and patron of the arts. He has more than 25 years of experience in architectural practice and consultancy and is the principal architect and partner of Lall & Associates.

The Times of India says of Architecture of the Buddhist World - The Golden Lands, that Lall takes the reader on 'an insightful and informative journey of its evolution and adaptation through time and space'.

Find out more here:

http://architectureofbuddhism.com/books/author-vikram-lall/

 

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