Architect Rafiq Azam being inspired by the lush, riverine landscape of the Bengal delta has always produced pieces of contemporary architecture indulged in the beauty of nature. The project ‘Kishoar Jahan Residence’ is no discreet as he mentioned ‘dwell in the house and forest’ as the core phenomenon. Situated in an urban setup the house proclaims the tranquility of nature through the blend of outdoor-indoor.
লামিসা নিমো-এর দাদা বাড়ি – ( Grandfather’s house of Lamisa and Nimo) is a vacation house located in Khulna . Designed by architect Sk Moshiur Rahman, the project perhaps holds the intangible aspects of a ‘HOME’ while creating a place that harness an intriguing relationship between ‘Old’ and ‘New’ , between ‘Past’ and ‘Present’, between ‘Grandfather’ and ‘Grandchildren’.
A tribute to our freedom fighters by District Council in Sunamganj. Architect Rajon Das planned and executed the project with tranquil inspiration. The explanatory text is in Bengali and portrays our emotion as a nation.
The cosmopolitan lifestyle has given us a lot and also, has taken away more. The families are there, but not in the true sense. People are connected to one another via phone, e-mail, social media, parties, business and institutions. The bond people used to share through their house is almost extinct. There are no strings attached. There is no way we can deny our lifestyle. But yet, we can also not deny the urge of the place to create memory – the place to be with family. The following project by FORM.3architects is designed with an intention to REINSTATE THE LOST INHERITANCE and also, to meet the philosophical and psychological need of the urban people.
This single family residence is a triplex unit, almost square in plan. The house is a result of sophistication and luxury, creating a unique atmosphere for its residents. The client demand was to design a ‘living’ house which should adopt the qualities of the surroundings explicit beauty. So, special attention has been given to create a house integrating the vegetation and water of the surroundings. The design approach is based on a simple idea of ‘vertical gardens’. The plan integrates three gardens; these gardens vary in type, size and located at different levels. The overall design is the end product of simplistic approaches to achieve the utmost sophistication.