It was almost the end of December 1963 when my husband Suhail Lari and I with our infant daughter returned to Pakistan - Suhail as a graduate of Modern Greats or PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) from St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, and myself having completed 5 years of intense architectural studies from Oxford School of Architecture (now Oxford Brookes University). A minimum of two years experience was required before I could apply for the coveted membership of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), which I would get in 1968 after clearing the professional practice test in Karachi. (Excerpt from the article)
Lari, Yasmeen. “Making of a Legend" in Architecture Design Art (Issue 31, Volume VIII), Maria Aslam, editor. Karachi: ArchWorks, 2015.