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New Borak tower under construction in the Hatirjheel lakefront area
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Two more images of another Borak project - across from the Westin hotel in Gulshan

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Factory under construction near Sonargaon - Interesting because the design utilizes earthquake-proofing in the form of diagonal cross-braces.

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T DESIGN

LOCATION: BOYRARCHALA, GAZIPUR
ARCHITECT: BINYASH
OWNER: T-DESIGN LIMITED
USE: SWEATER FACTORY
LAND: 77.4 KATHA/ 55728 SFT
HEIGHT: 80 FEET
TOTAL BUILT AREA: 162,842 SFT APPROX.
CONSTRUCTION STARTED: 2014
MATERIAL: GLASS, CONCRETE, STEEL, ALUMINIUM


‘Basic and Functional’ were the keywords that influenced the design of this building. The requirement for an unimpeded floor space for facilitating the most functional machine and equipment layout was absolutely necessary.

The land was not large enough to meet the requirements horizontally, so the building was vertically expanded. Separate office building, utility building and factory building gives the character of a complex. A large setback and a detached reception block managed to scale down the structure, providing a welcoming approach.

Safety of the workers has been ensured by providing three proper fire stairs for immediate exit during emergencies and a service road around the building for accessibility. The north-south orientation of the building facilitates natural ventilation. Large glazed surface lets in the day light into the floor space.

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CONTINENTAL APPARELS


LOCATION: TEJGAON INDUSTRIAL AREA

ARCHITECT: BINYASH

OWNER: HABIBUR RAHMAN TEXTILES LIMITED

USE: WOVEN FACTORY

LAND: 1900 SQM

HEIGHT: 37.55 METERS (G+8)

TOTAL BUILT AREA: 10000 SQM APPROX.

DESIGN COMPLETED: 2012

RAJUK APPROVAL: 2013

MATERIAL: GLASS, CONCRETE, STEEL, ALUMINIUM



An industrial project deals with a large number of workers associated with the function of the building. The aim was to provide an efficient workplace as well as breakoutpoints where anyone can take a tranquil moment from the daily work routine. The interior height and a climatically responsive façade system ensure comfortable workin conditions.

The building is facing dense green on the front side. The overlooking and translucent envelope of the building complements the dense green at the BTCL compound in fron.

The terraces also help create a connection with its surroundings. Stairs are designed and placed to ensure the safe exit of worker during any kind of fire hazard. A service road around the building ensures proper accessibility. The Continental Apparels factory building aims to set an example amidst the deplorable architectural condition that exists explicitly in the garments industry around Bangladesh.

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GOLDEN REFIT GARMENTS LTD


LOCATION: MAONA, GAZIPUR

ARCHITECT: BINYASH

OWNER: GOLDEN REFIT GARMENTS LTD

USE: SWEATER FACTORY

LAND: 4278.74 SQM

HEIGHT: G + 7/ 37.5 METER

BASEMENT: 01 NOS

TOTAL BUILT AREA: 21497 SQM APPROX.

DESIGN COMPLETED: 2013

CONSTRUCTION STARTED: 2013

MATERIAL: GLASS, CONCRETE, BRICK



The export- oriented garment factory GRGL intended to extend their production capacity by setting up their new production unit. The problem of ventilation was identified at the design stage. Due to the presence of dust particles, we needed to separate the air flow between functional zones.

A new concept was developed to get fresh air from the roof through a set of three wind shafts on three sides. Another side was left for placing the exhaust fans. These wind shafts are complemented by huge suction fans to bring the wind inside the ducts.

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BRAC Center for Development Management, Rajendrapur, Bangladesh

 

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Nice, keep them coming. We need to build more outside Dhaka as its having too much on the city itself. Outside Dhaka build more factories and offices.
 

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More Jamuna Mall images...early pictures of the kiddies' merry-go-'round'.....

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Tabaq Coffee inside Jamuna Future Park

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More pictures of their recent expansion...they claim the best roasted coffee flavors in town and rightfully so.....you don't need a moonbucks or starbucks name to brew righteous coffee, Bangladeshis don't give a hoot, and same with big fast food chains......flipping a burger is not rocket science....

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Uttara third phase mega project latest status


 

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that's not a skyscraper... that's a spaceship! i am surprised... such a design withstanding high winds would definitely be impressive.... who's designing it? SMO or bangladeshi engineers with in house team?


why do i feel like this is impossible to design structurally?
This is tubular shape and easier to design for a skyscrapper.
I like the blending the theme of eastern and western concept.
 
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This is tubular shape and easier to design for a skyscrapper.
I like the blending the theme of eastern and western concept.
i wouldn;t trust a render until i see proof or infomation about who are designing this tower? or related with the construction... is it the usuals skimore merills and owings or is it some chinese firm in design work... or is it designed by some bengali engineer himself.... until then... a render doesnt really count my approval of legitimate proof
 

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i wouldn;t trust a render until i see proof or infomation about who are designing this tower? or related with the construction... is it the usuals skimore merills and owings or is it some chinese firm in design work... or is it designed by some bengali engineer himself.... until then... a render doesnt really count my approval of legitimate proof

This is not an orthodox design for skyscraper. And that's the nicest thing I can say about it. What's with the coke bottle shapes??

Reminds me more of this Aladdin thing....

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