老挝：竹树 竹棚 竹景观
The bamboo shed introduces the Lao neo-Gothic architectural style, with three recessed fountain canopies protecting the wooden deck workshop floor. If it happens to rain, their shape allows rainwater to be absorbed and passed through the shape into each tower’s gravel-filled foundation.
As with all projects, building trust works closely with the local community, in this case with the Kumu people. The project is called “Bamboo Tree”, an apt name derived from a list of all natural materials including bamboo, woven rattan and thatch palm.
Instead of being supported by steel, the shapes are supported by ropes — about 10 kilometers in total — that are wound around each other, weaving each piece together to form a consistent, solid whole.
The roof canopy is made by weaving palm thatch into bamboo.
现场施工图：On-site construction drawing: