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Dusai Resort & Spa in Sreemangal, Bangladesh by VITTI Sthapati Brindo Ltd.

Thursday, December 22nd, 2016

Article source: v2com

Harbored in serene green hillocks of the tea plantation area in northeast Bangladesh, Moulvi Bazar, “Dusai Resort & Spa” is the first of its kind destination resort in the country.

The complex exudes the essence of a traditional village with its formation along the slope of the hills. Existing trees shape out the setting of the cottages, so that the surrounding nature and contour site remain untouched. The resort showcases a hybrid construction system of traditional tea estate bungalows and standardized concrete construction. The structures sit on slender concrete frames anchored to ground raising the structure above ground. A mixed truss system of wood and metal makes roof framing with soft thatch cover. Local technology and materials with local workmanship have been extensively used here.

Tea Valley Restaurant & Amphitheatre, Image Courtesy © Hasan Saifuddin Chandan

Tea Valley Restaurant & Amphitheatre, Image Courtesy © Hasan Saifuddin Chandan

  • Architects: VITTI Sthapati Brindo Ltd.
  • Project: Dusai Resort & Spa
  • Location: Sreemangal, Bangladesh
  • Photography: Ahsanul Haque Rubel, Hasan Saifuddin Chandan, Digita Interactive Limited, Mustapha Khalid Palash, Md. Ishtiaque Zahir


PANI community centre in Rajarhat, Bangladesh by SchilderScholte architects

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Article source: SchilderScholte architects

The Dutch foundation Pani commissioned SchilderScholte architects to design an educational building in the north Bengal town of Rajarhat. The architects couple embraced this pro bono assignment coming from ideological motives and knowledge sharing. The building serves as a community centre for folks from the region, aged from toddlers to elder people. During the design process attention was mainly focused on locally available materials and weather conditions. The starting point was to realize a building using materials and skills from within a 15 miles radius around the site. Bamboo, hand-shaped brick, Mango wood, reused steel, local mortar and wafer-thin recycled corrugated panels are the main materials used in the building. The drive was to encourage locals to become aware on the basic principles of sustainability and durable building concepts. In effect close to zero electricity or fossil fuels were used during construction and other necessities required for erecting this building. Thus realizing an environmentally friendly building that contributes to the community in a significant way. The plan (79×105 ft) is East-West oriented and consists of two volumes under a large bamboo roof construction. The classrooms and lavatories are positioned on the South side and on the North side we find the workshop with store. Two sight lines traverse the building in all four directions. The lifting of the roof high above the volumes has achieved a considerable reduction of heat build up within the spaces. Further cooling is provided by cross ventilation, surrounding vegetation and the nearby pond. With the completion of this striking design the architects have proved that conventional local resources and materials can be used to build successful environmentally friendly unconventional architecture.

Image Courtesy © SchilderScholte architects

Image Courtesy © SchilderScholte architects

  • Architects: SchilderScholte architects
  • Project: PANI community centre
  • Location: Rajarhat, Bangladesh
  • Design team: Gerrit Schilder, Hill Scholte
  • Client: Foundation Pani, Arnhem, the Netherlands
  • Structural engineer: PT-structural, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • Main contractor: MEI, Rajarhat, Bangladesh
  • Program: Community centre with classrooms, essembly rooftop, workshop and store
  • Floor area: 910 square meter
  • Design: November 2012
  • Completion: October 2014
  • Building costs: €44.000,- (excl. VAT)


Hotel Grand in Sylhet, Bangladesh by Formosis building studio

Friday, February 6th, 2015

Article source: Formosis building studio

Sylhet is a city known for it’s beautiful natural sites. Every year hundreds of thousand visitors come here to enjoy the natural beauty of the city. It has famous tea gardens, natural lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Grand Sylhet is a luxurious 5 star hotel located in an area surrounded by famous tea gardens of Sylhet, with an walking distance to the international cricket stadium and only 5 minutes away from the Osmani International Airport. The hotel has more than two hundreds of suits, restaurants, bars, conference halls, banquet halls, game zones, infinity pools, rooftop gardens and many other facilities which provides an unique opportunity for the visitors to stay here and be part of some good memories.

Image Courtesy © Formosis building studio

Image Courtesy © Formosis building studio

  • Architects: Formosis building studio
  • Project: Hotel Grand
  • Location: Sylhet, Bangladesh


Office Building with Retail Shops in Sylhet, Bangladesh by Formosis building studio

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

 Article source: Formosis building studio

Sylhet is a growing city. The city is expanding to the western part after the establishment of public university. The expansion has been boomed after the recent shifting of City Central Jail and Marine academy there. The area is commercializing very fast with time. To meet the growing demand of more built spaces, the land owners have been involved to develop infrastructures at that part of Sylhet city. Reputed architecture firm Formosis building studio has recently designed a commercial building at that sub-urban area at Temukhi. The building is located beside the way to Central Jail and Marine Academy. The building includes four large shops at ground floor and office spaces at first and second floor. The building has been designed in white outlook to create it as a striking sub-urban landmark within green surroundings.

Image Courtesy © Formosis building studio

Image Courtesy © Formosis building studio

  • Architects: Formosis building studio
  • Project: Office Building with Retail Shops
  • Location: Sylhet, Bangladesh
  • Discipline: Architecture, Infrastructure
  • Architectural style: Minimal
  • Motive: Commission
  • Gross External Area: 585.00 M2
  • Building Height: 10.36 M1
  • Number of Floors: 3
  • Building Costs: 83600.00 USD
  • Construction year: 2014


South 50/53 Apartments in Dhaka, Bangladesh by Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living

This two-apartment block is “one of a kind” design by Shatotto responding to the new “building construction rules for Dhaka – 2006”. Such rules require a fifty percent mandatory free ground coverage and a maximum building height of 45.73 meter.

The agreement between the estate developer and the landowner has been to make two towers – one for the land owner and the other one for the developer. This sets off the first criteria of the design. The site facing two roads on the south and the west ensures the maximum day light round the year as well as intense wind flow during summer. since both the blocks are getting western daylight each day, protruded verandas and gardens evolved in the design to safeguard the window glasses to not let the heat seep inside the apartment.

Image Courtesy © Shatotto - Architecture for Green Living

Image Courtesy © Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living


Mixed Use Development in Syhlet, Bangladesh by Simone de Gale Architects

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

Article source: Simone de Gale Architects

Mixed Use development comprising a primary school, community centre, retail and residential units. This project forms part of a new infrastructure programme in the Syhlet region of Bangladesh. The project is currently at Detailed Design stage and is on-going through funding from NWT and Local Government.

Image courtesy Simone de Gale Architects 

  • Architects: Simone de Gale Architects
  • Project: Mixed Use Development
  • Location: Syhlet, Bangladesh
  • Software used: Developed using AutoCAD Architecture software and Adobe Photoshop for the visuals

SA Residence in Dhaka, Bangladesh by Shatotto Architecture

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Article source: Shatotto Architecture

The human form has two parts – body as the shell and thoughts as the soul. Architecture is similar, the building envelope as the shell and nature as the soul.

The building envelope of this three-storey residence is a pure square, constructed of a single material, cast-concrete. The sphere, the universal celestial form, in this case is transformed to its terrestrial expression in the shape of a square.

Image Courtesy Shatotto Architecture

  • Architects: Shatotto Architecture
  • Project: SA Residence
  • Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Software used: AutoCAD to prepare all design and architectural, working and construction drawings; 3D Max for the 3-dimensional visualizations and renders.


South Water Caress In Dhaka By Shatotto Architecture For Green Living

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Article source: Shatotto Architecture For Green Living

Dhaka, a five hundred square miles city has over time become an area of complete urban mayhem. Getting a lake and a narrow strip of green patch on the back side (west) of the plot was a fortune in a city where total city green is not more than five percent. This “South Water Caress” eight family house, located at United Nations Road, Baridhara diplomatic zone. A deal made between the land owner and the developer was to divide the seven thousand five hundred square feet plot in equal two pieces to construct two six storied buildings of two thousand eight hundred square feet area on each floor in order to share equally.

Image Courtesy Shatotto Architecture For Green Living

  • Architect: Shatotto Architecture For Green Living
  • Project: South Water Caress
  • Location: Baridhara, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Project Architect: Md Rafiq Azam
  • Type: Multi Family Residence
  • Client’s Name: South Breeze Housing Ltd
  • Design Team: Shakir Azimullah, Ashraful Kawser, Md. Akter Hossen
  • Civil Contractors: South Breeze Housing Ltd.
  • Land Area: 4024 Sft
  • Built Area: 17,124 Sft
  • Project Estimate: 4 Million Euro
  • Materials Used: Concrete, Brick, Glass, Wood
  • Awards : Shortlisted For Wa Community Awards


Unfolding Nothingness in Dhaka,Bangladesh by Rafiq Azam

Thursday, September 6th, 2012

Article source: SHATOTTO architecture



Water, channelizes its expansive existence subtly inside the weave of life, mingling toil and poetry into the land of Bangladesh.

Image Courtesy: Shatotto architecture

  • Architects: Rafiq Azam
  • Project: Unfolding Nothingness
  • Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh


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