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    • Tea experience arena: discover tea, its alchemy and innovation 

      Huq, Quazi Faheemul (BRAC University, 2015-08)
      The project, “TEA Experience Arena” aims to re – introduce TEA in new dimensions in Bangladesh. Tea is a universal drink and the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. It connects people and is drunk by ...
    • Temple of knowledge 

      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 ...
    • Theatre complex: Bailey road, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

      Islam, Afrina (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 ...
    • Thunderstorm and disaster management in Bangladesh 

      Rahman, Moshfaqur (BRAC University, 2016)
      This study will help to inform the existing parameter on Thunderstorm. The available parameter will introduce with limitation & needed future study. This way we will know the recent scenario of thunderstorm, specially the ...
    • Tourist lodge at Nujhum Dwip Hatiya 

      Hossain, lmtiaz (BRAC University, 2015-08)
      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 analyze the site and its surroundings. The aim of ...
    • Tourist lodge at nujhum dwip, Hatiya. 

      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 ...
    • Tourist resort at Mongla,Khulna 

      Anindya, Shamimul Hasan (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 ...
    • Towards the enlightenment through the deadness : urban renewal in Motijheel commercial area of Dhaka city Motijheel, Dhaka 

      Al Mahmud, Mohammed Abdullah (BRAC University, 2017)
      Dhaka city has undergone radical changes in its physical form, not only in its vast territorial expansion, but also through internal physical transformations over the last decades. In the process of urbanization, the ...
    • Transgender development academy 

      Hridi, Noshin Tasneem (2017)
      The project aims to accept the Transgender or third gender people and giving them their rights to live like other men and women. There are three parts of the building, public, semi public and private. These all spaces are ...
    • Transit module: architecture for enhancing mobility 

      Najem, A M (BRAC University, 2018)
      In a densely populated city like Dhaka, a proper transport solution is a prime demand as well as difficult to achieve. Through years, numerous infrastructural developments took place in Dhaka which is considered as neither ...
    • Transit oasis: a multimodal transportation hub 

      Nazeen, Labiba (Brac University, 2019-08)
      The Government of Bangladesh, DTCA (Dhaka Transport Coordination Authority) and JICA (Japanese International Coordination Authority) have proposed the construction of multiple (21) multimodal terminals in Dhaka including ...
    • Transition: a vision for developing transitional space at Farmgate 

      Safiullah, Safa Binte (BRAC University, 2014-08)
      Certain spaces relate to people in ways that are complex. The complexity arises when spaces require certain forces to create a desired dialogue with the users. Many such spaces fall under the ‘transitional space’ category, ...
    • Transitional linkage: redesigning airport railway station with integrated MRT and BRT station 

      Rahman, Mohammad Zillur (BRAC Univeristy, 2017)
      Dhaka, known to many as the traffic capital, is a city of dreams at the same time, chaos as the transport system works separately, inefficiently slowing down the people and nation. Traditional process of placing individual ...
    • Transitional rendezvous, Sadarghat 

      Mahjabin, Anika (BRAC University, 2015-08)
    • University of creative technology, Shenabaho, Gazipur 

      Sayeed, Shekhar Aditya (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 ...
    • University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh permanent campus 

      Zaman, Brontee (BRAC University, 2016)
      Since 1992, Bangladesh has seen a rise in private universities after the government passed the Private University Act. Demand for higher education was rising, thus creating an opportunity for entrepreneurs to invest in ...
    • Unplanned urbanization of Dhaka city: increase of rainfall induced flood vulnerability 

      Ali, Mirza Abdul (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 ...
    • Upgrading homesteads to flood shelters in char Kochkhali, Gaibandha 

      Adham, Md. Rubayet IBN (BRAC University, 2010-09)
      Bangladesh is known as a riverine country, and has a dense concentration of water bodies. Every year flood inundates most of the part of the country. In this country, there are many rivers, with three major rivers, along ...
    • Urban Minning future cities from waste: towards a possibility 

      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 ...
    • Use of indigenous knowledge in strategies for disaster risk reduction for flood disaster: the study of Tharu community of Bardiya district of Nepal 

      Dhungel, Rachhita (BRAC University, 2011)
      The main aim of this study was to explore the use of indigenous knowledge and practices in Tharu Community to reduce the impact of flood disasters. Disasters are more frequent and prominent at the present. Nepal is not ...