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  • Masud, Shahnaz (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
  • 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 ...
  • Sabiha Tun Naher (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    Orphanage is a house for the orphan children, from where they can get all the facilities and all their needs for their physical and mental development. I wanted to design a house where they can easy develop their mental ...
  • Muttaqi, Nur-e-Dipha Shamima (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2012-04)
    In this project, what was explored is the opportunity matrix or dimension that might change or impact in a dense context of Dhaka if an MRT Station is introduced and the possible opportunities it might represent. Following ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • lslam, Sumaiya Rufida (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    Old Dhaka stands with its glorious history by keeping the pride of Dhaka. Keranigang the other side of the river Buriganga is the part of new Dhaka projecting the future of Dhaka. Both of the two areas are dealing with ...
  • Nasrin, Rubaiya (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
  • Saifee, Kazi Sumaiya (BRAC University, 2013)
    There are different ethnic groups reside in the Chittagong Hill Tracts(CHT) speaking different languages , practicing different religions, and following different cultural rules. Living mostly in the hills of Banderban, ...
  • Hossain, Nazia Nawrin (BRAC University, 2013)
    Youth in a country is the most viable and potential human resource not only in population structure but also in social structure.They should be given the appropriate space and opportunity to exercise their talents and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Alam, Mahmuda (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    Puthia is one of the richest heritage sites of Bangladesh, because of its numerous temples and palace' The temple complex of Puthia has almost all the styles of temple architecture that has been witnessed in this region ...
  • 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 ...
  • Ahnaf, MD. Sibat (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
  • Chowdhury, Mahmudul Islam (BRAC University, 2013)
  • Baidya, Emerald Upoma (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    "Barapukuria Coalmine Village" is a low-rise housing project for the employees of the Barapukuria Coalmine Company. A study trip to the villages of north-Benga! made me observant about how the rural vemacular of Bangladesh ...
  • Rahman, Farahbee (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    Bangladesh being a developing country needs to be spotted or marked in the world map carrying a brand image to compete with fellow countries of her surroundings. Branding Bangladesh or a part of it to the world through its ...
  • Muzammil, Manzana (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013)
    A maritime museum would help advance the marine and maritime knowledge of our society. The major objective of the Centre is to display thediversity of the marine ships of the region and out of the region and impart its ...
  • Roushan, Nazia (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013-04)
    lnaccessible, an absence and an abscess in the civic life of the city, the spaces under elevated highways canteem with activity. This thesis suggests ways to rehabilitate these forgotten, dark urban spaces without eradicating ...
  • Halder, Emil Theodore (BRAC University, 2013-04)
    "Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth." - BUDDHA You are on a ship floating in the vast ocean of space. You can fly to the moon and back. And on the moon you sing to break the silence and ...

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