With the intention of creating a transdisciplinary, postgraduate platform on architecture, landscapes, and settlements in Bangladesh, Bengal Institute’s Academic Program was launched in August, 2015. Structured around seminars, lecture series, and workshop styled design studios, the Academic Program offers short sessions in Spring and Fall Sequences that are open to anyone with an interest in the arrangement and rearrangement of the environment.
The obsession with trying to fit the discipline into a strict specialised definition which has resulted in many academic programs leaving out many vital aspects of architecture has left aspiring architects failing to learn some of the defining skills needed to be a complete architect. At Bengal Institute, the pursuit to bridge the gap between these related fields will give these young architects the opportunity to see the field as a whole, improving their understanding of it and hopefully helping them become the architects they want to be.
Key information about Participating in Academic Programs
Seminar timing: Generally Sunday to Wednesday 17:30 - 19:30
Place: Primary location for the Seminar Programs: Gyantapas Abdur Razzaq Bidyapeeth, House 60, Road 7A, Dhanmondi, Dhaka 1209. [Map]
Subscription Charge: Heavily subsidised, and it varies for secession to session. Generally 15,000 BDT (~175 USD) for a standard 4 week long sessions, 8,000 BDT (~95 USD) for 2 week long sessions. Payable online only, no cash is accepted.
Eligibility: Generally, anyone from any discipline or background with a minimum bachelor's degree or final-year undergraduate studentship may apply.
Sandro di Carlo Darsa is an eminent French photographer globally known for his works on architecture and photographic stories.
11 Feb - 20 Feb '19
Photography, Architecture and Plus – A Special Workshop with Sandro di Carlo Darsa: February 2019 Session
18 Nov - 29 Nov '18
A Special Workshop: Learning GIS and Remote Sensing – November 2018
Vastukatha: Selected Sayings of Architect Muzharul Islam | বাস্তুকথা: স্থপতি মাজহারুল ইসলামের নির্বাচিত উক্তি