Haq at studio
|Alma mater||National College of Arts|
University of New Mexico
|Awards||Aga Khan Award for Architecture Three times nominated|
|Practice||Bashirul Haq and Associates|
ASA Head Office Building
Bashirul Haq (born 24 June 1942) is a Bangladeshi architect, planner and educator.
Haq was born in Brahmanbaria. His father was a Deputy Collector of Sylhet district. For the reason, Haq spent a major childhood time there. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan in 1964. He received John Heinrich Tuition, Scholarship and Teaching Assistantship at University of New Mexico, United Sstastes in 1971 and completed his master's in architecture from the university in 1975.
After completing his master's degree, Haq started working for the firm Kallmann McKinnell. He was interested to go back to homeland. But, another Bangladeshi American engineer FR Khan discouraged him to return to Bangladesh, a newly independent war devastated country. Khan, the then partner of SOM instead interviewed and advised Haq to join there. Khan suggested him to visit Europe and return to USA. But Haq flew to Bangladesh from Europe and started practicing architecture. He established Bashirul Haq & Associates in 1977. For several years not visiting USA, in 1989, he visited Massachusetts Institute of Technology as an invited design critic.
- Architect's Family Home and Studio, Indira Road, Dhaka
- Bhatshala House (Architect's village home), Brahmanbaria
- Ramna Apartment Complex, Moghbazar, Dhaka
- Century Apartment Complex, Moghbazar, Dhaka
- Century Tower, Moghbazar, Dhaka
- Lake View Apartment Complex, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
- Segunbagicha Apartment Complex, Segunbagicha, Dhaka
- Kalindi Apartment Complex, 36 Indira Road, Dhaka
- Gulshan Pride, Gulshan, Dhaka
- Dhanshiri Apartment Complex, 35 Indira Road, Dhaka
- Asra Apartments, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
- 20-storied Association for Social Advancement (ASA) Head Office Building
- 20-storied Head Office Building of Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corporation (BCIC), Dilkusha C/A., Dhaka
- 20-storied Head Office Building of People's Insurance Company Ltd. (PICL), Dilkusha C/A., Dhaka
- Projects under Cyclone Related Disaster Preparedness Programme
- Community Development Centre at Kutubdia, Moghnama and Moheshkhali and Cox's Bazar
- German Red Cross Community Based Multipurpose Cyclone Shelters at Tolatoli, Kachubunia and Khandkar Para, Teknaf, Cox's Bazar
- Cyclone resistant Housing in 6 Locations at Cox's Bazar district
- MIDAS Center, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
- Physical Planning of 3 Nos. Upazilas namely Katiadi, Kuliarchar & Bajitpur under Kishoregonj
- Physical Planning of 3 Nos. Upazila namely Nagarkanda, Alphadanga and Charvadrashan under Faridpur
- Physical Planning of Faridpur District
- Facilities for American International and Secondary School, Baridhara, Dhaka
- Hostel cum-Seminar Facilities Hosted People's Health Assembly
- Shabuj Shona Center, Manikgonj
- Training Center for Nijerakori, Bogra
- Chhayanaut Bhaban, Dhanmondi, Dhaka
- Sunbeams School, Uttara, Dhaka
- East West University, Dhaka
- Central Diesel Workshop and Housing Project for Bangladesh Railway
- US Chancery Building, Dhaka. Kallmann McKinnell & Wood, USA
- Rail II Project for Bangladesh Railway. Dhaka, Parbatipur, Pahartali, Ishurdi. International Rail Consultant,Canada.
- GMP Standard Factory Design at Tongi for Beximco Pharmaceutical Ltd. Tongi. CMPS&F Pty Ltd., Australia.
Awards and honors
- Aga Khan Award for Architecture, shortlisted in 1980, 1992 and 2001
- Member, Board of Trustees, Fazlur Rahman Khan Foundation, Dhaka
- Became part of an International Exhibit Entitled 5000 years of Pakistan
- Chairman of the jury board, Holcim Green Built Bangladesh Award
- 1994 “Battling the Storm – Study on Cyclone Resistance Housing“. Published by the German Red Cross, 1999.
- "Bashirul Haq & Associates Ltd". architecturebd.com. Archived from the original on 13 October 2008.
- Sthyapatya o Nirman, journal published by Institute of Architects, Bangladesh, July–September edition 1992
- Ashraf, Kazi K. (1989). "Muzharul Islam, Kahn and Architecture in Bangladesh". Worldview. The Architectural League of New York. Archived from the original on 31 December 2016. Retrieved 12 January 2011.
- "Holcim Bangladesh launches "Holcim Green Built Bangladesh" contest". Holcim Group. Archived from the original on 2 February 2013.