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This Woman Is Building Stunning Sustainable Homes From Bamboo - Higher Perspective

From Higher Perspective, October 2015 Laura Hardy grew up in Bali, an island province of Indonesia. She would eventually leave to take a job with Donna Karan in New York, designing chic homes in.

ELORAN HARDY  "Ibuku's" Stunning Six Story Bamboo Luxury Homes And Other Structures

Incredible Bamboo houses in Indonesia by Elora Hardy, that spent with her team 5 years to create them.Images credit IbukuElora Hardy left her career in the NY fashion scene to build bamboo houses, with her local company Ibuku.

Manhattan’s Highline Park is an exercise in eco-friendly urban reclamation, the rescue of an abandoned raised freight line for the common good of the city.  After traffic through these raised rails ceased in the 1980s, the line sat abandoned waiting for demolition.  The neighborhood of Manhattan’s west side rallied to save the raised line to create a public park with a green roof as an escape to the busy pace of the streets below.  James Corner Field Operations and Diller Scofidio + Renfro…

Artful Landscapes: 10 Modern Landscape Architecture Designs

Landscape Architecture Designs - Long before green was good and sustainable was sexy, the world's landscape architects understood and practiced the discipl

Centro de Educación Ecológica para Niños / 24H > architecture Centro de Educación Ecológica para Niños / 24H > architecture – Plataforma Arquitectura

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'Fancy' Dacha near St. Petersburg, Russia just looks like it belongs in a fantasy, doesn't it?

A Dacha House, Russia. These country homes, dachas, are all about escape from modern life -- often sitting on tiny plots of land without many modern conveniences, where families can grow vegetables or store preserves for the winter.

Have you ever seen a school made entirely out of bamboo? The Green School in Bali is unusual in a number of ways, from its sustainable curriculum to the degree of freedom enjoyed by the students, but it is the structures themselves that are often the center of attention for visitors. The Green School chose bamboo because it’s green, renewable and very plentiful in Bali. “Frankly, it is hard to talk to students about sustainability while they are using the last piece of rainforest for their…

Building with Bamboo: 13 Super Sustainable Structures

Increíble arquitectura sustentable, diseño de bambú de Elora Hardy

Sharma Springs, Green Village Bali is an eco initiative led by Ubud’s Elora Hardy and her team at Ibuku – architects, designers and master craftsmen who pioneer all-new approaches to bamboo architecture and furniture design.

VTN | Vo Trong Nghia Architects - Wind and Water Bar

Vietnamese designers Vo Trong Nghia combined natural materials like bamboo with contemporary design practices to create the wNw Bar in Thu Dau Mot Town, Binh Duong, Vietnam

The form of an umbrella served as the basis of inspiration for the bamboo structures that make up the Outdoor Japanese Noodle Restaurant in Jakarta. Designed to be temporary and simple to disassemble, the bamboo umbrellas overlap each other to become one big roof, protecting guests from sun, wind and rain. Rainwater is diverted through bamboo ‘gutters’, poured into the ground through a pipe in the middle of the structure.

Building with Bamboo: 13 Super Sustainable Structures

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Simón Vélez: Arquitectura Sostenible con bambú

Sharma Springs / IBUKU

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A eco bamboo Tree House in Bali designed and hand-constructed by Elora Hardy . for Sumant and Myriam Sharma and their four daughters .Six stories, constructed (almost) entirely from bamboo treated with natural salt solution.

Green Village / Elora Hardy / Bali

The Green Village / IBUKU

The black bamboo Minang-style dining room at Bambu Indah Resort by Ibuku Architecture

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vo trong nghia to build bamboo pavilion for fugitive structures

Vo Trong Nghia Architects Unveil Fugitive Structures Pavilion for Australia,Courtesy of The Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation (SCAF)

small cabin with flowers This one hides out pretty well!!! What a grand fishing cabin...!!

These tiny homes just get better and better. This design is one of our favorites. Bringing the cottage garden of fragrant flowers and herbs into the log cabin itself was brilliant. This tiny home landscaping is breathtaking.

Treehouse at Alnwick Gardens is a labyrinth of turrets, treetop walkways, and cavernous spaces. At 6,000 square feet, it’s one of the largest wooden tree houses in the world.

Everyone and I guess every one, as a kid dreams about owning a tree house in the garden and I am no exception to that. But the sphere of the tree houses have grown larger and they are no more confined to the dreams of children. They are not just for kids