Kamil Khan Mumtaz is a Pakistani architect in private practice in Lahore. He was trained at the Architectural Association, London in the 1960's after which he returned to Pakistan to practice and teach. He was head of the of the National College of Arts, Lahore between 1966-1975. He has been a memebr of several architecture juries and has widely lectured in Europe and Asia. In 1985, he authored Architecture in Pakistan, a Concept Media Publication.
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Kamil Khan Mumtaz’ project, Har Sukh Mansion in Bedian (outside of Lahore), can be studied as the one which best illustrates the culmination of years of consistent experimentation with traditional building construction, exploration of styles and forms, and as a testament to his architectural philosophy. The complex is the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jawad, their 4 children and their husbands and children. It includes artists’ studios and accommodation, a dance studio, an amphitheater, a music facility and an indoor swimming pool.