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Breathtaking Bamboo Architecture From Around the World

By Bamboo Grove on August 10, 2021

Simultaneously beautiful and beneficial to the environment, bamboo structures are slowly seeing a comeback of epic proportions as architects and builders from all over the world are starting to incorporate this dynamic, durable, and eco-friendly plant into their jaw-dropping designs.

Commonly associated with those cute and cuddly panda bears, bamboo has become far more than just a tasty treat within recent years. Used for centuries to construct local infrastructure and housing throughout Asia, South America, Central America, and the Pacific Island regions, more and more people in North America are finally recognizing the versatility and value of bamboo. Unlike other traditional building materials such as wood that can take up to 60 years for maturation, bamboo is a reliable renewable resource that replenishes itself every 3-6 years, which allows farmers and cultivators to harvest their crops at a far faster rate than many other crops on the planet.

Incredible Bamboo Buildings

As more and more artists and innovators express their increased interest in bamboo architecture, the influence of bamboo has started to pop-up in some big ways across the globe including the following eye-catching creations:

  • Vedana Restaurant by Vo Trong Nghia
  • Bamboo Ring by Kengo Kuma
  • Luum Temple by CO-LAB Design Office
  • Thread by Toshiko Mori
  • Bamboo Pavilion by Zuo Studio
  • Impression Sanjie Liu canopy by LLLab
  • Bamboo Sports Hall by Chiangmai Life Architects and Construction
  • Rising Canes by Penda
  • Hardelot Theatre by Studio Andrew Todd
  • The Arc by Ibuku

Interior Decorating with Bamboo

Perhaps you’re interested in scaling it back a bit and simply using bamboo to decorate the interior of your home. There are multiple ways to welcome the bountiful benefits of bamboo décor into your already-existing style, including the incorporation of:

  • Bamboo cabinetry and ceiling fixtures
  • Bamboo wall coverings and room dividers
  • Bamboo flooring and other small finishes such as picture frames, lamps, and vases
  • Bamboo furniture like chairs, tables, couches, loveseats, and dressers

What We Do

Our mission here at Bamboo Grove is to promote the sustainability, durability, and strength of bamboo as an eco-friendly and green solution to other products that may not be the best option for our environment. We hope that this current new trend of using bamboo building materials in architecture continues to flourish well into the future, so we can leave behind a healthy Earth that is free from the fears of climate change for generations to come.

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