BAMBOO ARCHITECTURE on Bali - A general view a a roof of a chocolate factory constructed from bamboo at a village in Sibang, Badung regency on Bali island in this photograph taken on June 4, 201. Strong, light and cheaper than steel, bamboo is ubiquitous across Asia as scaffolding. But the Indonesian island of Bali has made it an emblem of sustainable construction with a school, luxury villas and even a chocolate factory rising from bamboo skeletons. (AFP Photo/Sonny Tumbelaka)
Sharma Springs / IBUKU
Construído na 2012 na Abiansemal, Indonésia. Imagens do Rio Helmi, Errol Vaes. Sharma Springs foi projetada como um refúgio na selva. É um edifício construído quase que inteiramente em bambu, possui seis pavimentos, 750 m² e...
The Green School— Deep within the jungles of Bali, a school made entirely of bamboo seeks to train the next generations of leaders in sustainability.