Saad Ben Mostafa is a Bangladeshi-born architect. He graduated in architecture from BUET in 2017. Saad worked for the Humanitarian Crisis Management
Programme (HCMP) of BRAC from 2018 to 2020. During this time, he took part in many other building projects, including government offices, health facilities, education facilities, et cetera,
besides the Women Friendly Space in the camps. His architectural practice concerns context-aware design, sensibility towards people, local craft, landscape, wildlife and ecology. Among his
recent works is a documentation project called BOSOTBARI: Habitat Interpretation from Communal Memory.
Source: Aga Khan Award for Architecture