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Sports education and training college: glorifying physical activity among people

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dc.contributor.advisor Reza, Dr. Habib
dc.contributor.advisor Jabeen, Dr. Huraera Farah, Atera 2018-11-05T06:02:07Z 2018-11-05T06:02:07Z 2018 2018-10-04
dc.identifier.other ID13308006
dc.description This thesis is submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Architecture, 2018. en_US
dc.description Cataloged from PDF version of thesis.
dc.description Includes bibliographical references (page 85-86).
dc.description.abstract Government Physical College in Dhaka, is designed to take an interdisciplinary approach to study in physical education. As well as gaining applied fitness in a range of physical activity, and will enrich critical skills and gain comprehensions on movement education from a socio-cultural and biophysical perspective. One will gain an enlightening, big-picture view of the impending of physical education, taught well, to be a foremost constructive potency in society. While creating such types of institutions, the fact is not to build a "building", but rather to put on platform as architecture. This binding unlocks and converts itself following the different events happening within the institution, and also produces a mutable and dynamic profile in the landscape. Besides the accommodation facilities it functions all types of conveniences that a student might need. And, as it highpoints as a physical education college, so it is apparent that the people live in here is being provided by the facilities include training, warming-up, classrooms, as well as the press and technical servicing. Sometimes this campus also includes plazas or public spaces and the direct relationships between these and the surrounding city, along the streets, along the main axis composes the "great landscape" of the territory. The buildings around here make its own terminology of public space and complement the urban landscape elements, embossing a new compulsion to the site. It becomes a striking landmark for residents throughout the neighborhood. While any institution could hypothetically host more than one types of study field or event, this concept usually denotes to a specific design philosophy that stresses multi-functionality over specificity. While designing in this way, both the students, teachers and government can share costs. If a campus has multi-functionality, a designer should consider how this institution can offer to the society as well as to the students of its own, together being a driving force for a better and profitable future in all aspects. Keeping in mind about the uninhibited progression of the population with the relative diminution in open space, to build an institution so that the need within limited land area can be accommodated by the proficient use of the land are the main area of consideration of this paper. The aim of the paper is to set an example of the possible solutions and promote the importance of physical education of the government proposed Physical Education College within the context of Dhaka, Bangladesh – which is one of the most densely populated city as well as country which is also facing the lacking of physical education. en_US
dc.description.statementofresponsibility Atera Farah
dc.format.extent 86 pages
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher BRAC University en_US
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dc.subject Sports training college en_US
dc.subject Sports education en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Physical education and training.
dc.subject.lcsh Sports and state--Bangladesh.
dc.title Sports education and training college: glorifying physical activity among people en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US
dc.contributor.department Department of Architecture, BRAC University B. Architecture

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