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MD. SHUZAUL ISLAM SHAJIB

COX’S BAZAAR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL

Cox’s Bazaar is one of the most disaster prone area of Bangladesh. The site for the airport terminal building is very close to the coast and there is no barrier from the storm wind and cyclones that happens very frequently in that area. My first challenge was to make a building form that can sustain the heavy wind flow and air pressure that forms during cyclones and similar disasters. To reduce the air pressure and force of wind I minimized the building surface in the direction of wind. Further breaking the form the passageway of air was created.

To sustain the heavy upward air pressure during cyclone the structure was cross beamed which have maximized the stability of the entire form.

Organic green spaces throughout the building ensures the connection of passengers and nature and gives the opportunity to escape from the hectic activities of a terminal building.
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BIRDS EYE VIEW
GENERATION OF FORM
ANNOTATED GROUND FLOOR PLAN
TRANSVERSE SECTION
EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC
CHECK-IN AREA
ENTRY LOBBY
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CYCLORAMA

WELLINGTON ORIENTAL BAY PAVILION COMPETITION

|| SHUZAUL ISLAM SHAJIB, SUDIPTO DAS, ABRAR AHMED FIDVI, ANIKA TARANNUM ALAM ||

WHAT COULD BE MORE ARTISTIC THAN THE SEA ?

At the heart of Oriental Parade facing a waterfront promenade and sandy beaches we thought what could be more artistic than the Sea itself to exhibit. So, we wanted to create a space that can exhibit the vibrant rhythm of Wellington Bay Harbour. We thought of sub framing the panoramic view of the harbour and its beauty with a single frame.
The site pleads an organic form which catches the lively relation between sea and its surrounding topology of Wellington. Fluidity of the sea is embodied through the form. The proposition tries to incorporate contemporary built form with the fluid nature of the bay.
The space has no specific function but could be used as anything the community claims. It intends to provide a place for spending a quality time immersed in the spirit of nature. We opted to re-establish the intimacy between sea and urban life by breaking the barrier created by concrete and asphalt.
Through the creation of sublimity and a sense of purity the homogeneous structure creates an opportunity to perceive the meaning of life in a different note engulfed by the vastness of nature.

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TOMB OF TOMORROW

MD. SHUZAUL ISLAM SHAJIB, SUDIPTO DAS

TIME-REEL

SATYAJIT RAY (1921-1992)

Satyajit Ray is a cultural icon and one of the most prominent filmmakers in film history. His influence has been widespread and deep in Bengali cinema and literature. His films express artistry,compassion and humanity. His legacy is his films, which has become Time immemorial. We have tried to symbolize his legacy in our design.

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