Refurbishment at Noakhali | Two Fold Studio

A Dhaka-based architectural firm Two Fold Studio has transformed an abandoned residence at Noakhali into a cozy restaurant where visitors can immerse themselves in nature.

Reclaiming the Al-Cazaba

Richard H. Driehaus Architecture Competition is an international competition jointly organized by the Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, Spain and INTBAU to help, preserve and revive the use of local architectural and urban traditions. The 2018-19 edition is the third round of this competition which was conducted in two stages. Three sites won the first stage: Béjar (Salamanca), Guadix (Granada), and Olite (Navarra). This entry from Bangladesh is a proposal for the second stage of the Guadix site.

Multi-purpose Centre at Kutupalong Rohingya Camp

Community Development Centre - CODEC is implementing a child protection program through the EPRC project at different FDMN (Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals) camps since 2019 in collaboration with UNHCR. In December 2021, a Multi-Purpose Centre (MPC) was established at camp 2W. It covers two blocks (Block B and C) among four blocks of camp 2W. Presently through this facility, CODEC is providing support to 12,263 individuals (including 6525 children).

Matter . Space . Soul | Two Fold Studio

This annex block of an existing restaurant is designed as a threshold space that provides a subtle transition to the surrounding breathtaking natural landscape.

Ashaloy | A village home in changing rural scenes

In the context of continuing transformation of rural vicinities into semi-urban areas, rural homes have received renewed attention by the architect community and become a subject of experimentation and innovation. This award-winning project demonstrates how a rural home, situated in a subdivided piece of narrow land, can be recreated into a new form to embrace change. The project won the 'Berger Young Architects Award' in 2015 cycle.

JINAT BATIKA – A Holiday Retreat | 3 Points Consultant

This modest but sturdy holiday home near the eastern coast of the Bay of Bengal is designed to cater for family members of Mr. Nasir to escape from the city to reconnect with one another and the natural surrounds. The north-facing house opens itself to a large pond, utilizing large windows and overhanging balconies to unfold the residence out onto the property.

Homeostasis | Studio XI Architects

Architecture is more than just bricks and mortar; it is a part of who we are. It gives us our identities. Within an architectural environment, when we sense our minds in a state of homeostasis- psychic equilibrium- that we begin to feel at home. Located on a large parcel of land of 2.7 acres, the house is designed to maintain the homeostasis of our beings. It is not often that Architects have the chance to design on such a large easel; Studio XI Architects has tried to make the best use of the opportunity.

Weekend Home, Khulna | Niketkalpa Architects

From cityscapes to farmlands, the journey itself is an enthralling experience as one comes to the house. Nestled on the outskirts of Khulna city, the house is a 6000 square feet weekend home, designed by the team of architects at Niketkalpa Architects, Khulna, Bangladesh. This house is designed for a client who favored raw and rustic encounters over an extravagance remain. For the architect, this particular project was not just a vacation house, but an approach to designing experiences, incorporating nature or natural living.

Water Bus Terminal on River Karnaphuli | Vector Plinth

Since 2019, the Chittagong Port Authority has been operating water bus services in Karnaphuli River to reduce the traffic congestion and sufferings of Chattogram city dwellers. Under this new plan, modern landing stations, pontoons and necessary infrastructure are being constructed to make water travel more popular among the commuters. The featured project is one of the terminal buildings designed by Vector Plinth.

KDS Head Office | Weavers’ Studio

The following proposal was created by “Weaver’s Studio” team, which has been nominated by KDS Group, a multinational industrial organization originating in Bangladesh, through an architectural design competition (2019). The client decided to build their head office adjacent to one of their RMG factories situated in the location.