Khwaja Fatmi is an Architect and Humanitarian worker. After her graduation in 2017, she has been working in various rural places in Bangladesh. As an architect and design professional, her focus has been to create platforms where other professionals and members of human and non-human communities can be present and share their own perspectives. Human connection and other non-visual experiences have been the key element in her design practice. Khwaja Fatmi is an architect and humanitarian worker.
Currently she has been working with Oxfam, ActionAid, BRAC and other organizations. She has recently been recognized by Aga Khan Trust for Culture for her contribution in Rohingya Response. Social Architecture workshop In Teknaf by OXFAM, Healthy Neighborhood with Noapara Community, Display Center for Rohingya Women etc. are few of her notable projects.