"Dusai Resort & Spa"
Company:VITTI Sthapati Brindo Ltd.
Designer(s): Architect: Md. Ishtiaque Zahir, Iqbal Habib; Associated Architect: Nabila Aftab, Nabila Ali; Engineers: Tofazzel Hossain (Structure), Achintya Kumar Saha (Structure), Techno Consultant (Electrical); Construction: Nasser Rahman (Client), Bangladesh
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Harbored on the lap of serene green hillocks of tea plantation area in northeast Bangladesh, Moulovibazar, "Dusai Resort & Spa" is the first of its kind destination resort in the country. The complex exudes the essence of a tribal village with it's formation along the slope of hills.
The program includes residential complex, dining, swimming pool, spa, conference and indoor and outdoor gaming facilities. In the residential complex, there is a main hotel block and individual bungalows. There are two types of Bungalows, cottages for families in a semi-private setting and deluxe cottages for couples in a more private setting. The linear site imparts an impression of a journey. Service amenities blend semi private and private zones.
The aesthetics of the resort always prioritized nature over built structures. But above all the most important aspect of this resort is to let guests relish the essence of living within nature.
About the Designer/Company
‘VITTI’ – The Atelier evolved in 1991 as a design studio under the very guidance of Master Architect of the sub-continent Architect Mazharul Islam. In the process of evolution in 1993, the Atelier transformed into a limited company ‘VIITI Sthapati Brindo ltd.’
‘VITTI’ considers every design project as an opportunity for new experiments that lead to creative design solutions. We consistently pursue the following goals in all our efforts and projects:
The practice recognizes and upholds in high spirit the social & civic responsibilities inherent in all architecture and urban design.
The practice highly prizes the crucial role a built environment play in achieving a balanced, sustainable environment. It also endorses the responsibility of the architect to respond to current global concerns.
Projects are designed to fulfill client’s needs and aspirations by maximizing flexibility. efficiency and cost-effectiveness.