A sustainability expert with over 15 years of architecture and built environment experience, Kazi is committed to ensuring the Scott Carver team achieves its sustainability aims in the built environment industry.
Energised by the interaction of the natural and built environment, Kazi has spent the vast majority of his career concerned with making real and measurable differences to protect the environment.
Kazi believes that successful built environments must enhance the lives of those in and around them. His key objectives are to promote sustainability as the new paradigm for the future, as well helping guide the way towards it. He considers true ‘balance’ and ‘order’ in architecture to not only imply the visual aesthetics of a project, but also extend to its inner aesthetic, in which environmental, economic and social considerations are balanced in the pursuit of ‘great architecture’.
Master of Design, University of Technology, Sydney, 2006
Bachelor of Architecture, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, 2001
Diploma of Project Management, McMillan Staff Development, Sydney, 2013