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Architect , urban designer

Kayed Ishak Lakhia, Indian architect, urban designer. Travel grantee Massachusetts Institute of Technology/Harvard University, 1989; recipient scholarship Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1988, 89, graduate scholar Rotary, 1988, United States Core Gold medal University Bombay, 1986, Claude Batley prize Indian Institute Architects, 1986.

Background

Lakhia, Kayed Ishak was born on November 13, 1963 in Bombay. Son of Ishak Salehbhai and Salma (Rangwala) Lakhia.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, University Bombay, 1986. Master of Science in Architectural Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1990.

Career

Architectural trainee Architects' Combine, Bombay, 1985-1986. Architect assistant Associated Architects, 1986. Intern Stari Grad Mostar, Yugoslavia, 1989.

Project architect, team coordinator Leung Hemmler Camayd, Professional Corporation, Scranton, Pennsylvania, since 1990. Visiting lecturer Marywood College, Scranton, 1992, teaching assistant Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, 1989, 90. Consultant All India Institute for Local Self-Government, Bombay, 1987.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, music, graphic design, philosophy of science.

Connections

father:
Ishak Salehbhai Lakhia

mother:
Salma (Rangwala) Lakhia