Danish architect Søren Korsgaard designed a simple yet beautiful woven bamboo house (photo available through the first link below). This structure’s form brings to mind the building material in the raw. More elaborate structures are becoming more common place. One exceptional example is the Zócalo Nomadic Museum in Mexico City, a temporary building that was the largest bamboo structure ever erected when it was built. Originally designed by Japanese architect Shigeru Ban, it debuted with the opening of the artist Gregory Colbert’s Ashes and Snow photography and film exhibition in New York City. The Nomadic Museum then traveled to Santa Monica, California and Tokyo before arriving in Mexico City.
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