In the age of the internet and social media, a house can become a symbol of the social and political fabric of the place.
While the house itself is just one part of the whole, its design can have a big impact on the community around it.
That’s because the house design is an integral part of a community’s identity.
A house is a place where the people gather, live and play.
A lot of the things that define a house in Bangladesh are influenced by the people who live there, says Shafie, a student in the design school.
She’s currently completing a design project for the house.
She is also trying to get the project funded so she can do more research on the house, and learn about the design of other houses.
Her passion project, The House at a Crossroads, is a house that combines elements of the architecture of different cities.
The design is based on the architecture and culture of a town, including its traditional architecture and its colonial architecture, she explains.
The design is meant to be a reflection of Bangladesh’s different cultures and the social structure that it has developed over the centuries.
The house is based around a courtyard, which can be accessed from a wide and narrow path.
It also has a roof terrace that overlooks a lake and a small pool, Shafies mother says.
The designs for The House in a Crossroad are meant to reflect the diversity of different types of people living in Bangladesh.
Shafie says the design is inspired by different people and different cultures, such as the Punjabi people of Dhaka, the Gujarati people of Kolkata, and the Punni of Manipur.
She says her inspiration comes from the cultural and social norms that they have, and also from the fact that there are a lot of different people living here, she adds.
Shafiya, Shafiya’s mother, says the idea behind the house came from her mother.
“We used to go to the market to buy clothes and furniture, and when the kids came home from school, my mother would go to a local market, buy some food, and she would make a table for the children to sit on,” she says.
“Then my mother used to ask my father to make a cup for us to drink.
When we were little, she would tell me to make it for my little sister and me.”
Shafiyas mother is also interested in designing her own house.
“She would be inspired to design a house for her daughter that she would have the same views about.
But she also likes to design things for her sons too, so she will design one for them too,” she explains, adding that her mother designs the house on a regular basis.
Shafaie has been a student at the design academy for five years, and is currently finishing her master’s degree.
She has an interest in designing and creating furniture for clients, and has been doing so for the past six years.
She plans to finish her master degree by 2019.
“My mother has been designing houses since the 1970s.
It’s not just for her children, but also for the families around her,” she adds, saying that her father was a master at making furniture for his family.
Shifaya is working on her design project, and hopes to be able to create a house of her own by 2021.
She hopes that it will help to build a sense of belonging in the village.
“We are a village with a strong sense of identity, and we want to create houses that are also unique to the community,” she elaborates.
“The houses will be beautiful and unique, and will reflect the different cultures of the community.”
Shafiya says that the idea of creating a house with a unique design comes from her own childhood memories.
“I remember my mother making the same house for us every year.
We would go and get tea and sweets from the market,” she recalls.
“Her house was just like that.
I was always trying to make the house as beautiful as possible.”