Following is the competition entry by Roofliners Studio in the international design competition entitled 'National Museum of World Writing' at Incheon, South Korea for the collection, conservation, research and exhibition of the writing systems of various nations across the globe. The competition was announced on May , 2017 and hosted by Ministry of Cultural Affairs of South Korea.
A corporate head office designed with the blend of work and life; busy and cozy gesture. This is a 22000 sqft office space completed in just eight months. Starting from the layout and choice of material to the neat details, the project exemplifies the corporate emblem of the client.
Set in a planned residential neighborhood of capital Dhaka, ‘H R Khan Residence’ sits on a corner plot bordered with matured trees abutting the street. Built for a privacy conscious family, the living areas of the house are stacked vertically to accommodate green traces at multiple levels, buffered by means of landscape barrier, that shield the house from the cacophony of the street traffic and the staring neighbors. - Editor
The project entails biotope restoration and landscape design of the “The Palace” Resort and Spa located at pristine territory of hillocks, forest and watersheds. The designers strive to propose an ecologically performative landscape solution that is not imposed or borrowed; rather a mechanism to create a “closed loop” zero waste system using native species –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
By realigning our sense of creativity with the creative principles of the universe, perhaps Architects can contribute to the healing of the Earth and achieve a relationship between manmade and natural world that is mutually enhancing. In designing a new mosque for Teradol community at Beyani Bazar, Sylhet, Nirmanik Architects sought to demonstrate the role of Architects as stewards of God’s creation while translating the eco-theological perspective into a tangible, realistic, metaphoric architecture that corresponds to the spiritual needs of the local community and leads inexorably towards a renewed relationship between Creator and His Creation - Editor
Life is like the longest of negotiations. We are like skiffs in a turbulent sea, as we struggle to retain some semblance of control while braving the incessant waves of a myriad of challenges, disappointments, exertions and triumphs which daily life throws at us. Physiological and psychological responses to these artistic and ideological exchanges crafted by our (sub)conscious minds come in a variety of forms which are not necessarily tangible or rational in nature. How much of these interactions are actually retained in the foreground of our thinking?