Kazi Ashraf

Kazi K Ashraf teaches at the University of Hawaii School of Architecture. He studied at MIT and the University of Pennsylvania. He writes on phenomenological issues of architecture and landscape, and contemporary South Asia. He co-edited the publication "An Architecture of Independence: The Making of Modern South Asia" (Architectural League of New York, 1997), and has curated exhibitions on Modern architecture in South Asia, Louis Kahn's Capital Complex, and architecture in Bangladesh. He is...See more