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Bamboo Symphony by Neelam Manjunath, Manasaram Architects in Bengaluru
Bamboo, stabilized mud plaster, stabilized earth blocks, stone, stone dust, waste and recycled materials were used in the construction of Bamboo Symphony by Ar. Neelam Manjunath.
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Mud, Bamboo & Stones come together to create the five senses
House of five senses was designed by using three major materials, Mud, Bamboo and Stone to bring in the presence of the five elements of nature, Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space into the building. Water bodies, internal courtyard, large windows, use of natural materials, vegetation etc connects the
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Bamboo Symphony
All the waste wood, bamboo, stone boulders and debris from house construction and mud were used with Bamboo as the main construction material in the most innovative manner. The office is a zero energy development, with closed loop systems for building materials, processes and technologies.
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ZUO Studio Creates Glowing Bamboo Pavilion to Showcase Natural Beauty of Taiwan
ZUO studio has created a ‘Bamboo Pavilion’ exhibition hall in Taichung, which is known as the industrial city of Taiwan. It is created as a ‘Taichung World Flora Exposition’ to showcase the natural beauty of Taiwan.
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#WonderWithBamboo: Guwahati’s Gigantic Durga Idol, Made Using 100% Bamboo, Aims For Guinness!
This Durga Puja, people in Guwahati, Assam, worshipped world’s tallest bamboo idol of Goddess Durga. Art director Nuruddin Ahmed, with his team of 40 assisting artists.
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Chrome meets Bamboo
A bedroom designed for the youngest daughter of the family, certainly was a challenge. Being a part of ‘The Bamboo House’, we have used bamboo on the ceiling with an interesting cross slit for indirect lights. Rest of the room is designed in a completely different design language.
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A new initiative to generate employment while promoting bamboo
The Government of Maharashtra and Tata Trusts has signed a MoU, on January 5, 2017, to develop the existing Bamboo Research and Training Centre (BRTC) and create a Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Bamboo in Chandrapur region of Maharashtra.
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