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An architect, a brain tumor and unexpected blindness
An intricate building structure is shown to illustrate architecture.Chris Downey lost his sight suddenly during an operation to remove a brain tumor. At the time of the operation, he was already a successful architect in a thriving firm and was determined to go back to work.

About a month after his surgery, he returned to the firm and learned to work without sight. He is keen to point out that although he lost his sight, he has not lost his vision.

Watch the video to learn how Chris completes projects and inspires others.

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Architect who lost sight becomes pioneer for visually impaired community
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