Kazi Khaleed Ashraf writes on the work process and methodology of Khondaker Hasibul Kabir, the article is to be published in the upcoming issue of Vas.
Apply ASAP to join in the ongoing work of producing an installation that would represent Dhaka and Bangladesh at an internationally acclaimed biennale.
A workshop organised by ETH Global on 30th May to shared research works on the Bengal region.
The esteemed member of Bengal Institute's Advisory Board member, Stanley Tigerman, dies aged 88.
Two projects from Bangladesh have made it to the short list for Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2017-2019 Cycle: The Amber Denim Loom Shed by Archeground and Arcadia Education Project by Saif Ul Haque Sthapati.
আগামী বুধবার ২৪ এপ্রিল থেকে চারুকলার জয়নুল গ্যালারীতে শুরু হচ্ছে শিল্পী ও নাট্যকর্মী কাজী আনিসুল হক বরুণের একক ‘আলোক-চিত্রকলা’ বা ‘Photo Arts’ প্রদর্শনী।
Bengal Institute hosted a studio of TU Delft by Marina Tabassum in Dhaka as part of their masters program.
Bashirul Haq (born 24 June 1942) is a Bangladeshi architect, planner and educator. He is one of the most critically acclaimed contemporary architects of South Asia. His works have been widely discussed and praised both nationally and internationally, for their sensitive and environment-responsive style.
An international architecture design competition is being organised for the re-use of the Ripafratta Castle, in San Giuliano Terme, Pisa, Italy.
An article by Bengal Institute on The Daily Star 19th February 2019
The exhibition titled 'Is This Tomorrow?', running from 14 February to 12 May 2019, will feature experimental propositions from some of today’s leading architects and artists responding to issues we face in the 21st century from natural resources and migration to technology and spirituality.
An article by Kazi Khaleed Ashraf on The Daily Star 10th February 2019
While the discipline of architecture may rely heavily on hands-on techniques and construction methods, the importance in acquiring knowledge of its history, theory and cultural influences cannot be stressed enough.
Professor Kazi Khaleed Ashraf was in Hangzhou, China, to teach a six-weeks long landscape architecture studio throughout October and November of 2018