Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on Earth with reported growth rates of 100 cm in 24 hours. This eco-friendly material has the same technical performance as timber, concrete and steel constructions, but has a much lower carbon footprint. It is one of the most versatile and flexible materials and has regenerative properties. Get yourself inspired!

This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings - a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of buildings from around the world. 

Vo Trong Nghia Co: wNw bar

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Vo Trong Nghia Co

De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop: Mason Lane Farm Operations Facility

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop

Vo Trong Nghia Co: Vietnamese Pavilion Expo Shanghai 2010

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage:

Kengo Kuma & Associates: Great (Bamboo) Wall

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Kengo Kuma & Associates

Foreign Office Architects: Carabanchel Housing

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Francisco Andeyro Garcia, Alejandro Garcia Gonzalez and Saergio Padura

24H architecture: Ecological Children’s Activity & Education Centre

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Collectif Etc

Kengo Kuma & Associates: Shizuoka International Garden and Horticulture Exhibition 2004

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Kengo Kuma & Associates



TYIN tegnestue: Soe Ker Tie House

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: Pasi Aano

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners: Madrid Barajas International Airport

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage:

Pt Bambu: The Green School

10 Amazing Inspired Bamboo Housesimage: The Green School

Keeping It Simple Bridging Loans, Business Finance Kept Simple!