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
With the conclusion of 2018 and another year at Bengal Institute we thought it would be a good idea to reflect on the past events. With academic sessions, public lectures, workshops and field trips, there is a lot to live up to in the upcoming year.
The exhibition "Bengal Stream - The Vibrant Architecture Scene of Bangladesh" organised by and started off at the Swiss Architecture Museum in association with Bengal Institute has started its journey across Europe. Now it is open in Bordeaux, France.
On the JSAH Vol. 77 No. 3, September 2018 issue.
Pooja Sengupta spoke in the Bengal Institute October Session - "Space is Society" about the choreography of space in her performances and productions.
Cemal Emden is an accomplished architecture photographer who spoke about the intricacies of photographing space and architecture at a seminar during Bengal Institute's session "Space is Society".
Shamsul Wares at the Academic Session "Space is Society" discussed how perceptions are created and how space is a matter of perception.
নতুন ও পুরোনর সংমিশ্রণে বসবাসযোগ্য আধুনিক ঢাকার পরিকল্পনা নিয়ে দৈনিক জনকন্ঠে প্রকাশিত কাজী খালিদ আশরাফের লেখা
At a seminar for Bengal Institute's "Space is Society" academic session, Khushi Kabir outlines how gender dictates spaces quite prevalently in our society.
During a Bengal Institute Academic session "Space is Society", Salauddin Ahmed and Najmun Nahar talked about relating the past with the present to build for the city while finding inspiration from the architecture of Dhaka to connect the dots of history.
Kazi Ashraf spoke about the definitions of Space and Place and their distinctions in a lecture of the October Session of Bengal Institute's academic program 'Space is Society'.
Barbican Centre to host Marina Tabassum's talk on 15th October 2018