The art of origami inspired buildings for temporary shelters made of bamboo. Folding Bamboo Houses are, an idea of Ming Tang created to help people in case of natural disasters such as earthquakes or tsunamis. The 7.9 earthquake that struck magnetudo the center of China last May, killing more than 69,000 people, has strongly influenced the architect Tang led to the design of temporary shelters and modular lightweight, easily mounted and sustainable. An emblem of social and sustainable design projects.
The Folding Bamboo Houses are shelters aesthetically beautiful, functional, dynamic, able to adapt and respond easily to any need, made with sustainable materials and able to take moltemplici aspects. One project that recently won the Special Mention to the King: Award construction, a major prize from sponsorizzaro UrbanRe: Vision of San Francisco.
The special geometry of Bamboo Houses allows the union of several modular structures that can be quickly assembled in factories and transported to its destination. Once assembled, and determined the morphology for the occasion, you can cover the structures with a pre-and post-consumer recycled paper.
An example of sustainable architecture, changing, adaptive, and thousands of situations to produce potentially infinite scenarios. Aesthetically are clean, certainly provide indoor spaces, where a temporary rally, but I do not provide much protection to the elements, though born as sorattutto shelters. They seem more of the beautiful elements of street furniture, fittings or installations or for the most interesting ideas to be studied for other applications.
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