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Not interested in any one type of architecture, diversity best describes the type of buildings and homes Madhav Raman and Vaibhav Dimri of Anagram Architects fabricate.

How important is it to have buildings that are in tune with their surroundings, or for that matter, why do we need to have structures that belong where they stand? It might seem odd to hear such words from an architect, but when Madhav Raman and Vaibhav Dimri, co-founders of Anagram Architects raise these questions, one is forced

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