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#UrbanPakistan #PakistanArchitecture #PakistanYouth The life and impact of Pakistani architect Arif Hasan (722248) by iSpy

Born in 1943, Arif Hasan migrated with his parents to Karachi in 1947. Hasan studied architecture at Oxford Polytechnic (now Oxford Brookes University), UK from 1960 to 1965.[1] He received his school and college education in Karachi; studied architecture at the Oxford Polytechnic, UK from 1960–1965; worked in architects' offices in the UK, France and Spain for three years, and returned to Karachi in 1968 to establish his independent practice. This practice slowly evolved into dealing with national and International urban planning and development issues.[3] Career[edit] Architecture[edit] In 1968, he started his own practice in Karachi.[1][4] Current selected involvements[edit] Architect and planning consultant in private practice[3] Documenting Karachi's history and development issues and the process of social change in Pakistan[3] Visiting professor, Department of Architecture and Planning, NED University, Karachi[3] Chairperson, Orangi Pilot Project-Research & Training Institute, Karachi[4] Chairperson, Urban Resource Centre, Karachi[4] Member of the Executive Council of the Asian Coalition for Housing Rights, Bangkok[4] Chancellor, Textile Institute of Pakistan, Karachi[3] Member of the Advisory Board of "Environment & Urbanization", the journal of the International Institute for Environment and Development, UK[4] Member, Editorial Board of "International Development Planning Review", Liverpool University, UK[3] Member, Board of Studies for Architecture at the NED University, Karachi[3] Karachi University Visual Arts Department[3] The Department of Architecture and Planning, Dawood College, Karachi[3] Member, UN's Advisory Group on Forced Evictions[3] Member, Sindh Cultural Heritage Technical and Advisory Committees of the Culture Department of the Sindh Government[3] Member, Governing Body of the Karachi Public Transport Society

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