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An Architect Eats Samosa

ArchitectureLive! continues with Alimentative Architecture – The fifth in a series of articles by Architect-Poet-Calligrapher H Masud Taj interfacing architecture with food via geometry.

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The Child Model & The Architect

H. Masud Taj reflects on his early experiences as a child model for Lifebuoy and Dalda, drawing parallels between the world of advertising and the principles of architecture.

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An Architect Eats Medu Vada

An Architect Eats Medu Vada

ArchitectureLive! continues with Alimentative Architecture – The fourth in a series of articles by Architect-Poet-Calligrapher H Masud Taj interfacing architecture with food via geometry.

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An Architect Eats Chapati

ArchitectureLive! continues with Alimentative Architecture – The third in a series of articles, An Architect Eats Chapati, by Architect-Poet-Calligrapher H Masud Taj interfaces architecture with food via geometry.

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Architect Eats Vada Pav

An Architect Eats Vada Pav

ArchitectureLive! celebrates UN World Food Day with Alimentative Architecture – The second in a series of articles by Architect-Poet-Calligrapher H Masud Taj interfacing architecture with food via geometry.

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Jalebi Calligram by H Masud Taj

An Architect Eats Jalebi

Alimentative Architecture – A series of articles by Architect-Poet-Calligrapher H Masud Taj interfacing architecture with food via geometry.

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Eagle Flask - Queen - H Masud Taj

The Queen & I | H Masud Taj

‘The Queen and I’ is the author, H Masud Taj’s, recollection of his (in Canada) and his family’s (in Moradabad) encounters with two Queens of British Monarchy. The architect’s essay journeys from his childhood home in Moradabad,  the design he did for Eagle Vacuum Flask in Mumbai, the calligraphic long-poem permanent installation he designed for the Consulate General of Canada in Bengaluru and the induction of his book in the Library of Parliament in Ottawa, Canada.

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An Infinity of Traces | Charles Correa, by H. Masud Taj

This article was part of the published book- Icons, a tribute to Independent India’s sixty years and 20 greatest living personalities who set exemplary examples for the nation. The book’s editor Anil Dharker found H. Masud Taj’s essay on Charles Correa and the journey of post-independence architecture “erudite, readable, provocative and comprehensive.

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A Tale of a Tree, by H. Masud Taj | Competition Musings

A Tale of a Tree is the author, H. Masud Taj’s experience with the Martyrs’ Memorial competition. Based in Maharashtra, the competition solicited design proposals for memorials to honour villagers who had died fighting the British in India’s War of Independence.

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