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Architect Omar Gandhi made his name in Nova Scotia, where he took the East Coast vernacular to new levels with resplendent residential projects such as Float, Moore Studio and Sluice Point. Now with offices in Toronto and Halifax, Gandhi has added a third city to his itinerary: New Haven, Connecticut, where he has been appointed the Louis I. Kahn visiting assistant professor at the Yale School of Architecture for the fall semester of the 2018-19 academic year. Entitled “Defining a Process,” this lecture at Yale comes on the heels of his accepting a Governor General’s Medal in Architecture for one of his most acclaimed homes, Rabbit Snare Gorge.