According to the IPCC, one third of Bangladesh is exposed to rising waters. Tekasa’i responds to the problem of climate refugees who flee their lands threatened by floods.
Placed on the water, this structure is built to meet the country’s various environmental problems. It guarantees safety, comfort and durability. Entirely built in bamboo, the structure is inspired by mangroves that protect the coast from erosion and rising waters. The project aims to provide inhabitants with a new living environment, respectful of their culture and their environment.