Geography and Maps
This category compiles all lectures, events, researches related to water.
BI provided the wonderful opportunity for professionals to learn from renowned architects and thought-leaders, in the form of intense activities, discussions and workshops.
August Session was focused on understanding “Landscape” under a broad spectrum. Landscape is deeply intertwined with dwelling, cities and regional infrastructure.
A public lecture by Kazi Khaleed Ashraf on 2nd September at Chhayanaut, the second one of the series of three lectures with the overall theme of "Presence of Architecture"
Arijit Chatterjee and Asha Sumra explore how interventions establish a fluid relationship between communities, land and water, and the shifting spaces in-between.
Naveeda Khan shares her experiences and developments while working with people in the river islands of the Jamuna.
A lecture by Kelly Shannon on 2nd June, 2016 at Chhayanaut Auditorium, Dhanmomndi.
The way we draw and see deltas, rivers, rain, land and gardens, may be completely wrong!
Carey Clouse’s lecture presented diverse climate and conditions of landscape design...
Bengal Institute's investigation on the transformations of the Ganga-Padma river systems over the past 40 years.
Bengal Institute's proposal for creation of recreational park and development of canal at Mahmud Nagar, Narayanganj.
Inventory of information as a supporting tool for researchers
The dynamics of Ganges Delta is the key focus of this study.
Manikganj Development Project
An example of appropriate riverside development connecting both banks | A project with the Dhaka NLTA (Non-Lending Technical Assistance) program of the Sustainable Development Department of The World Bank.
Participants of the workshop created 1:20 models of their idea of what a floating vessel could accommodate in the context of the Bengal Delta.
A comprehensive hands-on design workshop on the Drama architecture can deliver.
Kazi Khaleed Ashraf looks at how a historic riverbank can be given a much-needed face-lift
Muntakim Haque and Afifa Razzaque write on the significance of Mapping based partially on the Bengal Institute lectures by Timmy Aziz,
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