Murshed Ahmed

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Murshed Ahmed (born 1988) is a Bangladeshi architect and calligraphy artist. He studied Bachelor of Architecture from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology and worked for architect Bashirul Haq, former visiting critic of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ahmed's works have been exhibited in San Francisco Public Library and at Interfaith Art Exhibition, California.[1]

Notable projects

Ahmed with Australian architect Paul Pholeros
  • Bamiyan Cultural Centre; UNESCO,[2] Architizer,[3] AEC Café[4]
  • 5 Star Hotel Grand Sylhet; Archello,[5] AEC Café,[6]
  • 15 Story Sylhet Women's Medical College Hostel; Houzz[7]
  • 10 Story Holychild School & College campus building
  • 6 Story Starlight Academy permanent campus building

Major exhibitions

Ahmed with architect Bijoy Jain, visiting professor of Yale University



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