The bamboo structure landscape project developed as an open concept that allows it to be transformed and adapted as it is produced, utilizing the collective brain that created it in this way and combining local knowledge with ancient domestic techniques.
This leads to the active participation of the community and their symbolic assimilation, without failing to improve the work by including other effective technologies. These have provided communities with new knowledge and practices that ensure bamboo structures last longer, speed up construction times, significantly reduce costs and make it possible to reach larger scales.
The bamboo building goes deep into the forest — its location is defined by the community as a space to think about nature, a door to the jungle. The structure appears to fit in with the landscape and its height and curvature are determined by the natural height and curvature of the bamboo plant.
The bamboo structure and roof are made entirely of local bamboo. The base is made of metal with a concrete base. Floors and retaining walls are made of local stone.
The community hall is built mainly from bamboo and local materials obtained from adjacent areas. It is run by volunteer groups, social organizations and the community itself, making full use of collective brains and local knowledge. It is a work that is relevant to its territory and serves as a model for different communities.
社区竹景观远光图：High light map of community bamboo landscape: