As part of the Cycle of Care exhibition in London, we interviewed some of the children at the LEEDO Peace Home about the changes that the small garden and stage has had in their lives. We hope you are able to view the exhibition in London, failing that, here is a video that exemplifies for us the impact of our working process – with students, with children, with organisations and the importance of participation at different stages of the design and building process.
Paraa is excited to be presenting our Cycle of Care work in London this November! We are participating in London’s amazing Season of Bangla Drama, a month long festival presenting many theatre performances. For the full brochure for the Festival, click here
We are proud to announce that the winners of the Safe Space design competition are: Aborton from Premier University, Chittagong. About the Design Charrette Paraa, in collaboration with Aparajeyo-Bangladesh and Leedo, launched a two day design charrette in April 2016. The competition sought to develop ideas of a ‘child friendly space’ exploring aspects of designing...Read more →
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We Grow We Tell was an architectural exhibition highlighting the process and outcome of the recent student design competition, which Paraa held in collaboration with children charity LEEDO. The exhibition also held a film screening on the 22nd May. The film screening consisted of four films: 1. Lal Beguni Shwapno by kids from LEEDO...Read more →