Franco-German cultural project: "Jute and Composite, Tradition and Innovation" was designed jointly by Alliance Française de Dhaka and Goethe-Institute Bangladesh in order to develop innovative solutions to support new way of using historically significant jute fibre in Bangladesh.
Certificate giving ceremony of the participants of this program took place on Monday, July 10, 2017 at the newly opened Franco-German Embassy in Dhaka. From top eight participants, architecture student Rezwana Siddiqua Raka secured the second place and got chance to attend a one week workshop with the French designer Antoine gripe of Katra, France. Other selected participants of the program included students from BUET, BRAC University and UAP.
Sophie Aubert, the French Ambassador to Bangladesh and Dr. Thomas Prinz, the German Ambassador to Bangladesh co-hosted the “Presentation of a Franco-German Jute Project”.
Asaduzzaman Noor, MP, Minister of Cultural Affairs, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh graced the occation as chief guest. Honorable Vice Chancellor of AIUB Dr. Carmen Z. Lamagna and Head of Architecture Department of AIUB Arefeen Ibrahim among other distinguished audience were present at the event.
AIUB congratulates Rezwana Siddiqua on her achievement and wishes the very best for her successful future.