Sarara has always had a connection with art, architecture, and research. Having traveled ever since she was a toddler, Sarara’s perception of the world has always been through the lens of a designer and an avid creator involved in arts and crafts. With her exposure to a myriad of cultures, she has been fed with the appreciation for diverse architecture. Holding a bachelor’s in architecture, she has quenched her wanderlust even during her academics by earning a travel grant to Kunming, China at Yunnan University. She has also gained international knowledge in the field by interning in Malaysia during her undergrads. Besides being involved in design, Sarara also has a love for writing, having had numerous articles published in Bangladesh.
Before joining MBB, Sarara was pursuing her Master in Interior Design at the New York School of Interior Design. Alongside her studies, she has worked closely with NYSID’s materials library and aims to propel research on sustainable and ethically produced materials. Graduated with a summa cum laude, her thesis, a behavioral awareness center for children with ADHD, made her realize the extent to which design can impact livelihoods. It eventually made her fall in love with creating meaningful, change-making spaces. Moving forward with her practice of evidence-based design methodologies and passion for creating more diversified and inclusive spaces in the world, Sarara hopes to use global design strategies to cater to holistic human experiences that not only gives back to the people but also to the environment.