Saad Ben Mostafa is a Bangladeshi architect graduated from BUET in 2017.
His works varies from landscaping, architectural documentation, community architecture to emergency Architecture. His works are reflection of his travels through the countryside and wild places of Bangladesh to understand the changing vernacular Architecture, relation between human habitat and landscape-ecology-wildlife. He is connected with different professionals ranging from Architects to development workers to conservation biologists in both academy and field in his country with an aim to appropriate the Architects role in built and non-built environment.
He has won several national professional design competition awards as part of different teams (including the second prize for the Open Architectural Competition for Historic Preservation and Landscape Design of the Old Dhaka Central Jail and Redevelopment of Its Surrounding Area.)
He worked from 2018 to 2021 in the Rohingya Camps in Cox’s Bazar: largest refugee Camp of the world as a part of BRAC. He and his teammates have won the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, 2022 cycle for the community spaces in Rohingya camps.
Currently he is working as Assistant Architect in the Department of Architecture, Ministry of housing and Public Works, Government of Bangladesh.