Our design approach aims to celebrate the heritage of the British ruling period while prioritizing the conservation of the surrounding ecosystem. One of the key factors that influenced our design was the site's optimal solar exposure. The positioning of the resort allows for maximum sunlight to illuminate the premises from the south, south-east, and south-west, creating a vibrant and dynamic ambiance throughout the day. This strategic consideration enhances the power of natural light while reducing the resort's energy consumption. Furthermore, the site's proximity to the Bay of Bengal, located to the southwest, presents an opportunity to leverage the region's summer wind flow. By orienting the resort, we can harness the refreshing breezes, providing natural ventilation and ensuring a comfortable environment for guests during the warmer months. The focal point of Niloy Nishorgo is a collection of eight magnificent bungalows dating back to the British ruling period. Among these, four bungalows showcase a distinct two-storied chouchala design, featuring shaded drop-off areas that exude a sense of timeless elegance. Our utmost priority during the renovation process is to breathe new life into these structures while preserving their original designs and historical significance.
Neelin Nishorgo, Eco-System Conservation of Joy Pahar State
Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation
Joypahar Estate, Jamal Khan Area, Chattogram.
Moderate Tropical climate
Ar. Ishtiaque Zahir (Team Leader)
Ar. Iqbal Habib
Ar. Md. Mehedi Hasan
Executive Summary of Social Impact Assessment
Executive Summary of Environmental Impact Assessment
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