Presentation on Modern Architecture of Bangladesh

One of the highlights for me this semester was presenting a lecture on modern architecture of Bangladesh to 100+ students at University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. This was part of a course on History of Modern Architecture, where I also worked as a TA throughout the semester. The biggest challenge was to make the presentation meaningful for a majority of people who had never been to South Asia and had little idea about its socio-political history. Nonetheless, it was a moment of pride for me to talk about Bangladeshi architecture, and I had a great time doing this.

Photos by: Sam Yeganeh and Eli Lewantowicz.