Department of Architecture

Recent Submissions

  • Rochana, Afreen Ahmed (BRAC University, 2015)
    The word ―Underprivileged‖ refers to a group of people deprived through social and economic condition of some of the fundamental rights of all members of a civilized society. Our society can see many people who are totally ...
  • Hossain, Imtiaz (BRAC University, 2015-10)
    This paper is an attempt to understand the context of tourism at Nijhum Dwip (Chawr Osman). Data collected through site visits and literary sources are put forward here to analyse the site and its surroundings. The aim of ...
  • Jamie, Shirin Jahan (BRAC University, 2015-06)
    স্থাপত্যের মুক্তাঙ্গন is a common platform to promote society, architecture and culture. It is a center where people will come, share and learn from each other activities. It’s a platform for the people and by the people. ...
  • Sharafuddin, Hba (BRAC University, 2015-09)
  • Anisa, Anika Tabassum Ahmed (BRAC University, 2015)
    The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a regional organization comprising seven member states lying in the littoral and adjacent areas of the Bay of Bengal constituting ...
  • Rahman, Asif Ibn (BRAC University, 2015)
    The core idea of the project is to create a platform of dialogue for progress and cooperation in the international community with an intention to bring the whole world together, setting up guidelines for future and bring ...
  • Bhuiyan, Md. Samiur Rahman (BRAC University, 2015-12)
    Time is changing fast, architectural practice of Bangladesh is also changing with it. This paper portrays the whole process of how Army Medical College, Chittagong has been designed on an extremely unique site. The process ...
  • Tabassum, Tamanna (BRAC University, 2015)
    Twenty 1st century, the world is obsessed with the myth of development; busy in building urban cities by extracting natural resources and constructing landfill sites. Its not million tons of waste rather million tons of ...
  • Chadni, Jamila Naz (BRAC University, 2015-12)
  • Yusuff, Rayeed Mohammad (BRAC University, 2015-12)
    The year of 1971 is the most significant year in the lives of the Bangladeshis. Our liberation war of 1971 is an event which marks the existence of Bangladesh. It was a war fought by the people and these valiant men and ...
  • Shama, Subhi Nusrat (BRAC University, 2015)
    As time is passing by people are becoming more and more aware of the importance of education and are growing interest in getting an undergraduate degree. Also recently the society is becoming more interested with the ...
  • Ahmmed, Sohel (BRAC University, 2015)
    The present study tries to identify the Indigenous practices of the rural communities. It also focuses to assess their economic condition in relation to livelihood practices. Local people Participation in the research ...
  • Enam, Saira (BRAC University, 2015)
    Bangladesh is a multi-hazardous and disaster prone country due to its geographic location and socio-economic condition of the people. Every year natural disasters disrupt the lives of people in some parts of the country. ...
  • Haq, Tushar Quader (BRAC University, 2015)
    When disaster strikes the local youth are the first ones to respond. Volunteerism has been present since the beginning of human history. The youth constitute one third of total population in Bangladesh. For this important ...
  • Hamid, Samara (BRAC University, 2015)
    The global context and the climate is changing rapidly and this poses a major threat to the population and their habitat to cope with the changing dynamics of the surroundings. Hence, the habitat that house entire communities ...
  • Moumita, Deeba Farzana (BRAC University, 2015)
    Dhaka is prone to flood hazard due to its location, topology, climate and proximity to rivers. The main objectives of this study are to delineate the flood extent, find out the flood duration during monsoon, identify the ...
  • Alam, Mohammed Ashraful (BRAC University, 2015-09)
  • Alam, Uzma (BRAC University, 2015-12)
    Statement: A facility that embodies all the components of a foodscape interwining with the surrounding environment thus creating a social recreational hub for the city dwellers and tourists alike at the heart of the ...
  • Md Hassan, Abu Ayub (BRAC University, 2015)
    Bangladesh being world's eighth-most populous country is highly vulnerable to recurrent natural hazards due to its location and topography. It regularly experiences floods, droughts, tornadoes and cyclones. Being located ...
  • Md. Moniruzzaman (BRAC University, 2015-09-07)
    To reduce the fire hazard in RMG we should look into the issue in a holistic approach both from planning and design point of view. Because a well designed factory will not be able to ensure the ultimate fire safety in RMG ...

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