3/4J plunge into the deep Balinese jungle and you might suddenly find a bamboo building soaring above you. Take a look at these magnificent buildings in the balinese jungle.
1. What you think about this structures?
2. Would you live in one? Why or Why not?
3. What do you infer they would use some of these structures for?
Plunge into the deep Balinese jungle and you might suddenly find a bamboo building soaring above you. Made from the frankly unlikely building material, the ethereal structures are the brainchildren of designer Elora Hardy and her team at Ibuku (TED Talk: Magical houses, made of bamboo). The one-of-a-kind houses are curving, magical and utterly stunning. Take a look.
Six floors of bamboo home
Sharma Springs, a private home in Sibang Gede in Bali, has four bedrooms and stretches over six floors. It’s one of the tallest bamboo buildings in Bali; its design is intended to make you think of the petals of a lotus flower. Photo courtesy of Rio Helmi.
Intricate, interwoven bamboo
This fifteen-meter tunnel (shown under construction) leads into the ground-level entrance of the Sharma Springs home. Things can get very complex when building with bamboo. Photo courtesy of Ibuku.
Bamboo bridge in the jungle
23 meters long, the Millennium…
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