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Building Life | Books

A writer and architect, Gautam Bhatia's new book Blueprint, is a sort of heavily ill­ustrated biography through buildings that Bhatia has designed across his career and plans that were built and not built.

When Gautam Bhatia's Punjabi Baroque first came out in the early 1990s, it was recognised as an instant classic. Here was a writer, an architect himself, articulating what many of us felt about the crazy nouveau riche houses coming up all over south Delhi at

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