Mohammad Abdul Ahed

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Mohammad Abdul Ahed (1919 - November 2001) was an architect and painter from Pakistan.[1] He is primarily known for designing State Bank of Pakistan building in Islamabad and the General Post Office, Karachi.[2]

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In February 2010 Sheba Akhtar wrote a book of an illustrated monograph on the architectural and artistic work of Pakistani architect M.A. Ahed called Of Colour & Form.[2][3]

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