PROJECT DATA :
Bangladesh, a country born of oblation and mothered with the bond of fertile land is fortified by the great Himalayas from the north and encompassed by the mighty Bay of Bengal on the south and southeast. The anticipated northern wind is ceased by the Himalayan range during the winter and the sea allows for the cool southeast breeze to sweep the plains almost all year long. The sun has a different harmony throughout the day. Setting up from the east, a soft, gentle light perforates, protruding inside the premises. During the midday as the sun moves up, it starts screaming a scorching heat upon the land. Finally, the biggest concern falls on the glare till sunset.
The BERC site lies linearly, prolonged along the east of a canal flowing down from north to south. A walk along the plot occupies anyone into a thoughtful dialogue between the land and the water. The site allows many panoramic views of the watercourse obstructed by a few rain trees and the beguiling framework of the Liberation War Museum on the southwest corner. The panorama pursues further to the northwest with the elegant buckle of the canal. The site is furnished with a sweet blush of dawn as the Technical Education Board building leaves a 60’ setback from the front with a sophisticated lookout of the city.