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  • Shimul, Sharmin Kabir (BRAC University, 2014-08)
    Waterways are a vital and productive resource to our environment. They provide a variety of amenities and services to communities across the world such as drinking water, food, travel, recreation, wildlife habitat, ...
  • Tasnim, Tazkia (BRAC University, 2014-12)
    This Dissertation aims to provide a clear vision to its reader about the importance of a new airport with the growing air traffic and cargo business in the current socio-economic situation of Bangladesh. It also studies ...
  • Ahmed, Tamanna (BRAC University, 2011-08)
    The intention of this report is to make the readers understand the overall methodology followed by the designer for “Bangabandhu Textile Engineering College” at Kalihati, Tangail. The site for this project covers an area ...
  • Sultana, Mehnaj (BRAC University, 2014)
  • Hasan, S. M. Zahid (BRAC University, 2014-01)
  • Moon, Mahmuda Alam (BRAC University, 2014-08)
    One architect gives a very little think about the psychology of a children, when they build a building or made an architecture. It is, to all intents and purpose, children are the future of any nation. Dhaka is the capital ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rubaiyat-Ur-Rahman (BRAC University, 2012-04)
    The idea of lost history remains intact in our generation today. Along the seperation of India, Bangladesh the Hero’s of that time have also been separated which resulted on a conflict of preservation. Those Hero’s seldom ...
  • Chowdhury, Mahmudul Islam (BRAC University, 2013)
  • Abonee, Ishita Alam (BRAC University, 2012-04)
    We are born and raised in a binary world, a world of opposites where things are black or white, 1 or 0, good or evil, male or female. More than we know, our lives, are conditioned by our ideas about these opposite poles ...
  • Hoque, Adiba Mahroze (BRAC University, 2011-08)
    Dhaka is very small city, with ever growing population and shortage of space. Proper planning of transport is a big problem in Bangladesh. So proper urban planning of transport along with efficient use of space is very ...
  • Farzana, Suhailey (BRAC University, 2011-08)
    A museum is not supposed to be a place where visitors come, go around, see and leave. The society and general public needed a common platform of interaction from a very long time. This museum is designed in such a way where ...
  • Hai, Rafit Reasat (BRAC University, 2014)
  • Hossen, Md. Asad (BRAC University, 2014)
    The project, ‘Puppet Animation Theatre and Children Centre’, aims to create a better world for the children that will ensure them to grow up in a joyful environment, to learn the basics of life, to see the difference between ...
  • Jalal, Shahreen (Department of Architecture, BRAC University, 2013-08-27)
    Children are the future of our countries. Social, economical and political development of this country depends on their developments. Beside children who are growing up with proper facilities, the unprivileged children ...
  • Kipti, Maria (BRAC University, 2013-08)
    Playing is a fundamental right and a vital component of the life of every child. lt is an inevitable element of a child's overall development and has a direct impact on physical, mental and social wellbeing. Through the ...
  • Khan, Zerin Tasnim (BRAC University, 2014-03)
    The project explores the role of architecture in educating according to the principles of eco-tourism in rural Bangladesh. The project proposes to use architecture as a way of economically supporting a struggling hilly ...
  • Soha, Dilshad Samina (BRAC University, 2013-08)
    Contemporary art seems to exist in a zone of freedom. lt keeps distance from the rules and conventionsof the ordinary functional character of everyday life. Quieter contemplation and intellectual play exist together in ...
  • Ferdous, Jyoti (BRAC University, 2011-08)
    There are no fully equipped disabled centers in Bangladesh. There are certain specialized rehabilitation centers such as BRCT (Bangladesh Rehabilitation Centre for Trauma Victims), CRP (Centre for the Rehabilitation of the ...
  • Rahima, Ifreet (BRAC University, 2013-12)

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