Heritage Architecture: Conservation and Revitalization of Adamjee Jute Mill

AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering

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Title Heritage Architecture: Conservation and Revitalization of Adamjee Jute Mill
Creator Hasan, MD Tanvir
Mannan , Ashik Vaskor
Rezve, Fahim Hasan
Description Bangladesh has a glorious history of producing jute and jute products. Adamjee jute mill was the largest jute mill in the world, established in 1950. But unfortunately, it has been shut down in 2002 due to some unavoidable and political reasons. Later government and many private entrepreneurs tried to revitalize this mill but failed, and at present only a few broken infrastructures exist as old memories. This ruined huge abandoned shade representing not only the jute culture in our country but also signifying our history. Nature changes with the time but the memory of space remains timeless if we preserve them. Rapid competition of development of our country creating threats for the survival and continuity of our heritage and culture. The purpose of this study is to point out the possibility and importance to revitalize Adamjee jute mill as a heritage site and raise awareness about the increasing demand for jute in the world market.
Publisher American International University-Bangladesh
Date 2020-09-22
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Identifier http://ajse.aiub.edu/index.php/ajse/article/view/93
Source AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE); Vol 19 No 2 (2020): AJSE Volume:19 Issue:2 (2020); 79 - 86
Language eng
Relation http://ajse.aiub.edu/index.php/ajse/article/view/93/73
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 AIUB Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE)

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