Faculty

Md. Tariquzzaman 2021-02-09T01:55:53+06:00

Md. Tariquzzaman

Assistant Professor

M. Arch (BUET), B. Arch (BUET), AM-IAB

Urban Design and Landscape Division

Curriculam Vitae

Areas of Interest

Experimental Architecture

Sustainable Urbanism

Courses

UG Theory:

ARCH 145 Elements of Architecture

ARCH 233 Landscape Planning and Design

UG Studio:

Design Studio VII, X

Md Tariquzzaman received his Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree from BUET in August 2014 and joined the DoA, BUET as a lecturer in February 2015. Before joining DoA, BUET, he started teaching in Sonargaon University, Dhaka and worked as associate architect in form.3 architects. He obtained his M. Arch from DoA, BUET in September 2019 for research on the accessibility of proposed Metro Stations in CBD Areas of Dhaka City, under Urban Design and Landscape Division. Besides, he has also experienced few studio-based design researches like Heritage integration with the urban fabric of Old Dhaka, Reintegrating Central Jail with the urban fabric of Old Dhaka as placemaking, Designing MRT station: Integrating Transport infrastructure with the urban fabric of Dhaka city, designing resilience for Chao Phraya Riverfront, Bangkok and Designing Affordable-Resilient Houses for Rural Areas. He has been awarded the prestigious ‘‘Architect Shafiul Azam Khan Scholarship’ for his B.Arch thesis. Also, he has been awarded as the third winner as a design team member in the national open architectural design competition of and “Head Office of National Housing Authority” in April 2019’’ and “Affordable Housing for Lower Middle-Income Group-January 2020”. He is currently working as the member secretary of the Board of Undergraduate Studies (BUGS), DoA-BUET. He is also engaged as a Consultant of Bureau of Research, Testing and Consultation (BRTC), BUET, Member Secretary of Urban Design Division (UDL) and Space Syntax Cell Department of Architecture, BUET.  Over these years, he has developed his interest in the field of Experimental Architecture, Sustainable Urbanism and Resilience.

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