Six sustainably built structures in the world’s largest refugee camps, Bangladesh, housing Rohingya fleeing Myanmar’s genocidal violence, are a collection of practice exercise
Architect: Marina Tabassum
A refuge for spirituality in urban Dhaka, selected for its beautiful use of natural light. Ventilation and the play of light make this neighbourhood mosque a refuge for spirituality. After a difficult life and the loss of her husband and near relatives, the client donated a part of her land for a mosque to be built. A temporary structure was erected.