This new science building, located in a remote village of Dumuria, Khulna, has created equitable opportunities by providing access to science education for the disadvantages. Hence, the merit of this project should not be assessed in terms of its architectural outcome only, rather by its contribution to empower the society -Editor.
This beautiful rooftop restaurant, sitting atop a high-rise building in Dhaka, offers a peaceful escape from the notoriously busy city below. Rising high above 200 feet of the ground, the lounge-hidden in the lush, green garden-is juxtaposed against the gray urban setting. With a seating capacity of about 500 people distributed in two levels, the project is claimed to be the largest rooftop restaurant of Bangladesh.
Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium has already been familiar in the international context as one of the successful ICC Venue- as a 'Home of Cricket'. The ground is one of the most well equipped and has world class facilities. Originally constructed for football, the venue was taken over by Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) in 2004 and Bashat Architects Engineers was appointed for its renovation & remodelling as an international cricket stadium.
On the occasion of ICC T-20 World Cup 2014, Sylhet divisional stadium was upgraded to a full-fledged ICC standard venue for International cricket. Designed by Bashat Architects Engineers Ltd, the project seeks a delicate balance between local building culture and international standards. The stadium is also unique for being the only stadium in Bangladesh having a Green Gallery.
Located in the core of Banani’s most lively residential area atmosphere is situated minutes away from a relaxing green park, shopping malls, entertainment and luxury dining. atmosphere defies the typical residential apartments of Dhaka City becoming the standard for ultra-luxury and quality living. It offers inhabitants spacious, bright and functional apartments with the most astounding materials and apparatuses.
With its modern form and expressive materials, this pavilion reinstates the trend of creating remarkable structures by architects for expos in Bangladesh. In its clear glazes and lush indoor space, the pavilion exemplifies the architect’s vision while complying with corporate demand and visitor’s comfort. The pavilion won the 1st Prize in Premium Pavilion Category - Editor
For the Award winning project SA Family Graveyard, Architect Rafiq Azam and his studio SHATOTTO drew upon the philosophy of ‘Lalon’ to create a metaphoric architecture that contains death and appreciates the earthly life. The project won the Gold medal in ARCASIA Awards for Architecture 2017. The award is considered as the highest honor for a practicing architect in Asia. The Graveyard is situated in Noakhali, Bangladesh and designed and constructed for Mr. Salauddin Ahmed's family- Editor