Reshma Talukdar Toma

BArch (BUET)


Reshma Talukder Toma obtained her bachelor degree in Architecture in 2017 from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). She then served as an Associate Architect in Bureau of Research, Testing and Consultation (BRTC)in the Project “Preparation of Master Plan and Further Development of Jahangirnagar University”. She also worked as an intern in Design Lab Architects in different commercial projects.Over the course of time she participated in various national/ international design competitions and attended several workshops and conferences. Her final year thesis was about devising growth pattern of micro housing (L-Habitat) through computational design method. Her fields of interest are particularly in architectural design, computational design, simulation and coding related to open and built environment.


Rahman, M., Talukder, A., Chowdhury,M.M.H., Talukder, R. &Akter, R. (2020). Coronaviruses in wild birds – A potential and suitable vector for global distribution. Veterinary Medicine and Science (00):1-9

Afroz,S. &Talukder, R. (2019). Influence of Neighborhood Street Pattern Focusing Dead-end Streets as Social Cohesion of Neighborhood: Delineating Physical Attributes of Dead-end Streets in Mohammadpur, Dhaka. “Re-evaluating Space across disciplines”: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference of Faculty of Architecture Research Unit (FARU), University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka, December 03, 2019 Colombo pp. 142–149. (Refereed conference proceeding)

L- HABITAT. A Bio-inspired Computational Design Approach to Compact Living: Micro- Apartment (2017). Chapter X : Compilation of final year thesis projects of Batch’10,BUET

Awards & Achievements

Final Year Thesis Project showcased at KurulaVarkey Design Forum (KVDF), 2018

Final Year Thesis Project Featured on Bengal Stream: The Vibrant Architecture Scene of Bangladesh, 2017

Participant, Student Competition “Designing Resilience in Asia (DRIA)”, Nominated by DoA BUET, 2015