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a life in architecture

Ruins and buildings where nature exerts a strong presence have always fascinated David Green, recently appointed director of the British Council. Green had planned to study architecture at York University but switched to education following his experience as a vso volunteer in Asia. It was during this period that he first visited Humayun's tomb, the sixteenth-century Mughal citadel to the Emperor Hamayun in Delhi. It is surrounded by a square garden and is a popular place with the Indians ...

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