Mohammed Shaheer

Prof. Mohammad Shaheer is based in Delhi from where he has been running his landscape architecture practice since 1976.
Educated at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi (Architecture 1970, Urban Design1972) and the University of Sheffield (Landscape Architecture, Ford Foundation Fellow 1972-74), he worked for two years in Northern Ireland before returning to India, where he spent the next 26 years teaching landscape architecture at the SPA, New Delhi.
During the latter half of his academic career he was head of the Department of Landscape Architecture there.
Amongst his projects, his work at Sanskriti Kendra, Delhi is well known; also interesting are the projects for the restoration of the gardens of Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi ( 2001) and the restoration of the Baghe-Babur at Kabul (2006).He was a member in the committee of Delhi Urban Arts Commission.