Wednesday 12 July 2006

International Ideas Competition: Master Planning of Paris Courthouse

on Wednesday 12 July 2006 - 09:30:11 | by admin
click to visit the competition website

The Etablissement Public du Palais De Justice de Paris (EPPJP) is running an international competition, open to architects, town planners, and students of architecture.
The competition aims to bring forth architectural and urban planning ideas and concepts to achieve the best possible implementation of this exceptional court construction project (100,000 sq. M groos floor space): the new Paris courthouse on the Tolbaic- Halle Freyssinet site in the Paris Rive Gauche ZAC (Mixed Developmnt Zone), in the 13th District.
The competition is under the joint patronage of Minister of justice and Minister for Culture of France.
For Professionals: Three monetary awards each worth 40,000 euros.
For Students: Five monetary awards each worth 10,000 for the 'architecture students' category.
Download Competition Rules

Visit the Competition Website for Details

Tuesday 27 June 2006

'Dhaka Workshop' in 'Discourse'

on Tuesday 27 June 2006 - 10:47:28 | by NEO
'Discourse' is going to organize a workshop on the history and prospects of Dhaka city, the workshop is entitled as the 'Dhaka Workshop'.
This session will not be like any formal workshop indeed, rather like the regular sessions of Discourse as it being held.
Dr. Aby Sayeed Mustaq Ahmed will give a talk on the history of Dhaka city before the workshop. Everyone is invited.
When: On 29.06.2006 Thursday, at 18:00 sharp. (The time schedule will be strictly followed)

Where: The Open Studio, Dept. of Architecture, The University of Asia Pacific, H. no#51, R. No# 4A, Dhanmondi, Dhaka.

Call for any query
: +8801711013557 ( admin), +8801711520037 (Arc. NR Khan Jumu).
For detail information please visit:

Thursday 22 June 2006

Explore ArchSociety Downloads

on Thursday 22 June 2006 - 09:01:58 | by admin
ArchSociety is trying to publish the planning strategic maps of Dhaka city gradually to help the architects and planners of Bangladesh. ArchSociety has already provided you with several important maps of Dhaka including some scaled drawing in AutoCAD format.

Now a map of Dhaka of 1850 is also included in our database. Few more strategic and historical maps have been added. And whenever ArchSociety gets any data related to planning of Dhaka it will be published in the category. Visit:

Some people may comment that these are the property of RAJUK and ArchSociety may not have the right to publish these maps through internet. ArchSociety denies this concept. ArchSociety believes ‘all the planning information should be public’ and ‘knowledge should be open’.

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