The park gateway has been designed by West-line studio architects as a dense assembly of vertical lines. The gate is hidden in the Bamboo Sea and interacts with the particular…Continue reading
Bamboo is a type of grass that has been used as a building material for thousands of years in many parts of the world, particularly in Asia. Bamboo is valued for its strength, durability, and versatility, making it an ideal construction material. One of the advantages of using bamboo is its sustainability. Bamboo is a renewable resource that grows quickly and can be harvested within a few years, making it a more environmentally friendly alternative to other building materials like wood or concrete. Additionally, bamboo is lightweight and easy to work with, making it suitable for construction in areas with limited resources or technology.
Completed in 2020 by ARCHSTUDIO, the Qishe Courtyard House is a renovation project located in a hutong within an old core quarter of Beijing. It’s a small Siheyuan (a traditional…Continue reading
The Sumbanese traditional house, also known as Uma Mbatangu or “peaked house”, is a type of vernacular architecture unique to the island of Sumba in Indonesia. The house is distinguished…Continue reading
In China, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma was chosen among ten Asian architects to design ten residences each, creating a hundred houses altogether in a forest adjacent to the Great Wall…Continue reading
[a]FA _ [applied] Foreign Affairs has recently completed the stage for the Haduwa Arts & Culture Insitute in Apam. Located on the Atlantic coastline of Ghana´s Central Region, it is…Continue reading
Designed by NLE Architects in 2013 this small-scale floating project in Nigeria is an alternative building system that provides space for education and cultural programmes in Africa’s coastal regions.Continue reading
The PC House by renowned japanese architect Kengo Kuma is a private single-storey house in eastern japan. With a strong roots in traditional japanese temples the program is arranged in a windmill formation with…Continue reading