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New Bamboo

New Bamboo

Timber bamboo (credit: Wikipedia)
Functional and magical buildings can be built with bamboo, the natural, woody grass that grows worldwide. The uses for bamboo canes ranges from expensive fly-fishing poles, to furniture and flooring, and scaffolding in Asian construction project. Due to bamboo's fiber, texture, and color, no two poles or panels are alike. Every structure, bridge, or room is totally unique when timber producing bamboo species are utilized.
Elora Hardy and her team of architects and designers produce houses that curve and surprise you in any direction. For a TED conference presentation, Hardy describes bamboo's potential, as both a sustainable resource and as a spark for creative designs in using this natural material. WHB

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