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  • Raham, Chowdhury Tasneem (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Human civilization from an early age has been influenced by different philosophical developments whether that is through its literal, cultural, social or architectural aspects. Art and literature which is a media for ...
  • Mymuna, Sk. Suraiya (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Old dhaka is a place enriched with culture, tradition, history and a wonderful example of social bonding. But as times passes we all are losing this essence of old dhaka because of lack of space and facilities. As through ...
  • Hakim, Selina (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012)
    The present study tries to identify the livelihood practices of the char dwellers. It also focus to assess their economic condition in relation to livelihood practices. Local people’s participation in the research process ...
  • Nasrin, Rubaiya (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
  • Fahmee, Saharat Sanom (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013-04)
    Among different indigenous groups of Bangladesh Santal is one of the major group. They basically live on the South side of the country. They are very rich in their own culture like other indigenous groups. They follow ...
  • Azad, Abul Kalam (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2009-09)
    Bangladesh is a riverine country and waterways are very important means of communication in this region. Since long, traditionally river network has been regarded as safe and cost-effective route especially in the southern ...
  • Hossain, Lamia Wajeehah (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Bangladesh, a riverine deltaic country consists of about 800 rivers. Most of the land area of the country had formed through the silt brought by the mighty rivers. The rivers overflow, causing floods on its banks during ...
  • Ferdous, Mushfequa (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2006-09)
    Natural hazards are inevitable phenomenon all around the world and when the hazards go beyond human capabilities to cope with, and then it turns into disaster. In the past the number of disasters and their impact on human ...
  • Khan, Cyrus Sohrab (BRAC University, 2013)
    The objective of this paper is to make the readers understand the overall process or methodology followed by the designer for the project: school of fine Arts of Asian University for women. It is currently an un-built ...
  • Tahseen, Syeda Nameera (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012)
    SOS is an international organization which runs charity concerns and mainly orphanages worldwide. SOS 'orphanages' are somewhat different than the image of any typical orphanage comes into mind. Generally SOS looks for ...
  • Rahman, Mohammad Aminur (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2006-09)
    This study is aimed at giving an idea about where we are standing regarding disaster risks in Dhaka. It started with the disaster management context at the national level and detailed out the development and urban management ...
  • Rahman, Halima (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2009-01)
  • Rahman, Tahmina (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2008-09)
    The coastal areas of Bangladesh are prone to cyclone disasters for the geographical,economic and environmental background. It is recognized that Bangladesh will be adversely affected by climate change effects with more ...
  • Rahman, Mohammad Mizanur (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2006-09)
    The natural disasters have been regularly taking toll on the people and the resources of Bangladesh. Natural disaster causes inexpressible damage to lives, properties, livestock, life support systems and infrastructures. ...
  • Farhana, Sayeeda (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2011)
    This study focuses on the suitability of Pond Sand Filter (PSF) as safe drinking water option in storm surge prone areas in the south-western coastal areas of Bangladesh both at normal times as well as during disasters. ...
  • Rahman, Tahmidur (BRAC University, 2013-12)
    Temple of Knowledge is a platform for the citizens of this city to interact, to live, to share and to gain knowledge.To gain knowledge, not only through the conventional way that we are already familiar with but also through ...
  • Islam, Afrina (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-08)
    Theatre complex is a proposal for combining „Mahila samity‟, „Girl‟s guide association‟ & „Professional & business women‟s club.‟ The goal & function of three organizations are towards the benefit of women & society through ...
  • Anindya, Shamimul Hasan (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    Sundarbans the world's largest mangrove forest has got all the potentialities to uphold naturebased tourism in Bangladesh. Tourists coming from in and outside the country can get the opportunity to gaze the beauty of ...
  • Sayeed, Shekhar Aditya (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2011-08)
    Every person has his/her own creativity that needs practice to be flourished. It needs a media which can help him/her to develop the power of his/her creativity. Now a days, people are also becoming interested in the ...
  • Ali, Mirza Abdul (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2006-09)
    Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh is one of the most populous megacities in the world. As the growth of urban population tacking place at an exceptionally rapid rate, the city is unable to cope with changing situations ...

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