Marina Tabassum and her team, curated various elements of the vernacular life of the delta to recreate and expose their traditional wisdom through the installations.
Marina Tabassum, the Director of the Academic program at Bengal Institute, has been named as part of the steering committee for the next cycle of the Aga Khan Awards for Architecture.
Balkrishna Doshi an honoured member of our Advisory Board, one of the most prominent figures of architecture in India and the subs-continent, has won the "Noble for Architecture" the Pritzker Architecture Prize this year.
Bangladesh's most celebrated English daily The Daily Star published three articles that were contributed by Bengal Institute in their supplement "Rethinking urban spaces: Dhaka and beyond" to be published on print on February 24th 2018
The University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh and Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements signed an MoU on February 6th, 2018 to initiate potential academic and research cooperations.
Marina Tabassum has been short listed for the Jameel Prize and will be exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
‘স্মার্টসিটি ক্যাম্পেইন' এর জন্য ধারণকৃত কাজী খালিদ আশরাফ এর মূলানুগ বক্তব্য; এখানে তিনি আধুনিক শহর এবং এর আনুষাঙ্গিক ধারণা, সেই সাথে ঢাকা এবং বাংলাদেশের অন্যান্য শহরের বর্তমান ও ভবিষ্যৎ নিয়ে আলোকপাত করেছেন।
Bengal Institute were at Narayanganj in a Public Meeting to discuss the future of Narayanganj
Through combined practices of imagination and handwork, a synchronisation of the human mind with the spirit of nature was sought.
"The Lived City" is a short-doc shot with mobile-phones about some of the neighbourhoods of #Dhaka City, it was a classroom assignment as part of Bengal Institute's academic program.
A workshop on urban design of small towns was conducted by Peter Buchanan and Saif Ul Haque. To understand the parameters of a small town, several lectures, a trip to Manikganj and studio work were organised.
A comprehensive ‘learning by doing’ landscape design studio started off working outside in the field...