In the architect's office, Hafeez Contractor was advised to dropeverything and join architecture. Why?

Asked by Monika | 1 year ago |  213

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When Hafeez Contractor was in the architect's office, he saw somebody drawing a window detail. He told him that his drawing was wrong, and that the window he had drawn would not open. Later, it was found that the drawing was indeed wrong. Seeing this, his cousin's husband asked him to draw a few specific things, which he immediately did. He then asked him to design a house and he completed this task as well. His potential for architecture was clearly visible from these incidents. Thus, he was told to drop everything and join architecture.

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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