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Bangladeshi architect Md Rafiq Azam has recently got the “Focus Countries Commendation Award-2003”

Monday March 28 2005 12:48:07 PM BDT

Bangladeshi architect Md Rafiq Azam has recently got the “Focus Countries Commendation Award-2003” of JK Cement Group, India for his project — Karim Residence — at Gulshan in the city.

Rafiq Azam also won the same award in 1997 and 1999, said a press release.

Md Rafiq Azam was also among the 23 finalists from around the world in the “Aga Khan Award for Architecture-2004” for his multi-family housing project in Khazedewan, Lalbagh.

The other selected projects of Rafiq Azam were world’s tallest building Petronas tower in Malaysia and Alexandria Library in Egypt.

In 2004, he was the recipient of “Cityscape Architectural Review Commendation Award” in an international architectural competition organised by the Architectural Review and Cityscape.

Among the 236 entries from Middle East, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Australia, 53 best projects were awarded by a jury of international architects.

 

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