Dr. Khalid Bajwa has a track record of leading and delivering end-to-end design and build services. His works span urban district master planning to large-scale mixed-use developments, civic and cultural venues, future-ready workplace interiors, campus planning and design, and residential developments. He has a PhD in Urbanism from University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Belgium.

He is exposed to diverse professional practices [Architecture, Urban Design, Urban Planning, Building and Urban Conservation, Landscape Design, Interior Design, and Furniture Design] and teaching assignments [Design Studios, Urban Studies, Colonial & Postcolonial Urbanism, and Human Settlements & Development].

As an Urban Expert, he has been involved in various development initiatives involving community mobilization and participation and member of consultant teams for international agencies including Prince Claus Fund, UNDP, WMF, and the Aga Khan Foundation. His design studio is engaged in research by critical practice. He is particularly interested in the heuristics of Scale, Memory, and Livability for inventing “APPEALINGNESS”.

In his free time, Dr. Bajwa is a non-objective architectural photographer. He enjoys traversing unique landscapes, exploring off-the-beaten-path cities, and learning about subcultures.