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Today we will share some of our favorite Bamboo Designs with you, feel free to comment and share your favorite designs with us and other readers. Hope you enjoy!

Forest Pavilion / nArchitects

Photography Iwan Baan

Photography Iwan Baan

nARCHITECTS’ Forest Pavilion was completed in May 2011 and serves as a shaded meeting and performance space for visitors to the Da Nong Da Fu Forest and Eco-park in

Hualien County, Taiwan.

Photography Iwan Baan

Photography Iwan Baan

Purpose of the Project

The project was conceived within the context of an art festival organized by Taiwan’s Forestry Bureau to raise public awareness of a new growth forest that is being threatened by development.

Photography Iwan Baan

Photography Iwan Baan

The Design

The pavilion is comprised of eleven vaults built with freshly cut green bamboo, a material first used by nARCHITECTS in the internationally acclaimed 2004 Canopy for MoMA P.S.1. As an extension of techniques developed in 2004’s Canopy for MoMA/P.S.1, the 60’ diameter and 22’ tall pavilion is built with green bamboo.




Passive House by Karawitz Architecture

French studio Karawitz Architecture has this 1,905 square foot two story Passive House, located in the city of Bessancourt, North of Paris, France completed in 2009.

Award 

This project was labeled the best performance low consumption house in France and the first house in the parisian region to receive the european labeled certification PHI “Passiv Haus Institut”.




Restaurant at Greenville by DSA+s

Designers over at DSA+s created an outdoor Japanese Noodle restaurant located in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The Design

The form of restaurant basically was inspired by an umbrella. But we want to make a “giant” and an “unusual“ umbrella. The “giant” form would be functioned as a “shelter”. A group of “shelter” then become a “building”, which hopefully could protect the restaurant guest from sun, wind, and rain. We make the “giant” bamboo umbrella in different size (the width and the height) for arranging the “giant” umbrella in such a way that each “umbrella” could overlap each other to become a “giant” roof. [Source: archdaily]

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