Sharjah Architecture Triennial to showcase Bangladeshi prefabricated homes.

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Marina Tabassum, the winner of Aga Khan Architecture Award in 2016 is a Bangladeshi architect has erected three prefabricated houses at the Sharjah Architecture Triennial. Being a part of her Inheriting Wetness Installation at the triennial, the houses highlight the issue of migration of families and relocation of their homes due to the continuous movement in the river channels in the Bengal Delta. Her research shows that families residing near the Padma, Meghna and Jamura rivers own land that are submerged for years at a time and gets reoccupied when the water recedes.

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