印尼：巴厘岛 本土竹屋 竹建筑
- 建筑师：Jarmil Lhoták + Alena Fibichová
- 地址：Bali, 印度尼西亚
- 项目顾问：Widhi Nugroho
- 建筑面积：50.0 平方米
- 摄影师：Sasha Juliard, Valentino Luis, Jordan Hammond, Emily Hutchinson, Reis Junk
- 厂家：Freemite, ISEH Bambu Bali
The project began in 2014. The original intention was to design a simple bamboo structure for a small bamboo house. This small bamboo house is located by the river and has a view of the lush jungle surrounding it. In the past few years, people living here have paid more attention to bamboo as a sustainable and versatile building material. This is also thanks to the work of John Hardy and his family in Bali.
In 2014, we not only saw and felt bamboo not only growing rapidly and readily available, but it is native to Bali, but so far, bamboo has been used either as a low quality material to build cow sheds or as a luxury material in some high-end and expensive dwellings. That’s why the Bamboo House project shows its uniqueness and how accessible it is for those who want to experience Bamboo House at night.
In this project, all the bamboo is grown in the local village to reduce the traces of construction work. In Bali, bamboo from the local high mountain Karangasem is considered a prized bamboo. Growing above 800 meters of sea level and having a relatively low sugar content in fresh bamboo, they are dense, durable and termite-resistant. So what we did with the bamboo became the key to success, and we decided to combine both smoke and non-toxic products for the most natural treatment.
The first bamboo house, called ‘Bali’s Hideout’, features a saddle roof and plenty of development space. It is an all-bamboo structure that also includes six main pillars and a thatched roof. The A-shaped roof provides the perfect opportunity for triangular Windows, which are the most prominent design of the whole building. The bamboo house extends outward, benefiting from the tropical climate, and also involves a comfortable outdoor shower located under a tree in the garden. The tree is the key throughout the bamboo house and garden, as if one is in a tree house.