Snehal Shah

Snehal ShahSnehal Shah studied at CEPT University, Ahmedabad, graduating in 1980; his final year thesis was supervised by BV Doshi. He went to the Architectural Association Graduate School in London for postgraduate studies in the history and theory course under Royston Landau; his history paper on Labrouste and Quatremre de Quincy was supervised by Robin Middleton. Snehal Shah's architectural photographs of the medieval city of Vijayanagara were included in the Festival of India exhibition held throughout England and exhibited in Heidelberg and Brussels and in cities in the United States. He spent two years in Lugarno working for Mario Botta before returning to India in 1987. That year he passed the RIBA Part Three professional exam, and commenced practice in Ahmedabad. Since 1987 he has been an honorary professor at CEPT, and has lectured and shown his work in India as well as countries in Asia and Europe and in the USA. In addition to practice and teaching, he has written books on the history of Indian architecture, including Ahmedabad, with George Michell, and The Water Architecture of Gujarat, UME 23.

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CEPT University, Ahmedabad
Architectural Association Graduate School in London

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Snehal Shah