This architectural design concept explores the incorporation of recessed windows within a building's façade, aimed at providing both shade and seamless integration with the overall geometry of the structure. This design improves the look by using simple geometric shapes and window sizes that go well together. It also takes into account practical issues like shading, making good use of space, and adding necessary features like an AC outlet and service stair.
The primary feature of this design concept is the use of recessed windows that are strategically positioned to provide shade and reduce solar heat gain. By setting the windows behind a geometric frame, the building benefits from natural shading, resulting in improved energy efficiency and a more comfortable interior environment. The recessed windows also create a visually harmonious composition that complements the overall geometry of the structure. The recessed windows are designed with a focus on purely geometric forms to achieve a clean and contemporary aesthetic. The size of the windows is chosen to be complementary to the frame, creating a balanced and visually appealing composition. To optimize the use of space and maintain a streamlined appearance, a key design feature is the integration of a service stair and AC outlets within a single structure, which takes the form of a box-like structure. This approach eliminates the need for separate protrusions or unsightly elements on the façade, contributing to the overall visual coherence of the building. The recessed windows and their frames harmonize with the building's overall geometry, resulting in a cohesive architectural design.
British Oxygen Corporation, Tejgaon, Dhaka
British Oxygen Corporation, Bangladesh
Ar. Md. Iqbal Habib (Team Leader)
Ar.Md. Ishtiaque Zahir
Ar. Md. Ehsan Khan
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