3 Students from Ahsanullah University Of Science & Technology design a culturally and geographically responsive tiny house
Our team members names are Nargis Islam Tisha, Md. Rezanur Rahman Chowdhury, Fariha Hasin. We are from Bangladesh. and study in Architecture department in Ahsanullah University Of Science & Technology.
Our goal is to establish ourselves in the field of architecture. Bangladesh is a very populated country, where many people does not meet with the basic needs of a living so they can not meet up with the opportunity of architectural aesthetics. So ours aim is to introduce sustainable architecture where costs will be minimal for everyone. We also want to introduce new forms of architecture which will be aesthetically meet the purpose of functions. We moreover want to add that the world is being warmer day by day because of green house effect so we want to grow more and more green through our architecture which will reduce the carbon-di-oxide and make more healthier life.
We got involved in this project because we thought that it's a challenging project and seems interesting to us as the project had some bindings like 400 sqm space requirement. And it was a great opportunity for us to express our knowledge how to utilize a small space with multifunctional things.
We tried to introduce our city's culture and nature Srimangal, Sylhetis is a city where rain is very common because of the geographical location. Because of that, we tried to make a connection between human and nature by putting our site in the contour area where nature meets humans everyday with new hopes.
We want to change the world. The word ‘impossible’ does not exist in our dictionary. If it does, then architecture would be the first thing to become impossible for you.