Bamboo Wings in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam by VO TRONG NGHIA, LTD

Bamboo Wings in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam by VO TRONG NGHIA, LTD

Here is a Bamboo Wings in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam by VO TRONG NGHIA, LTD. One of the natural resources is achieved most bambooBamboo grows quickly and is found throughout the world. No qualms that control of the use of bamboowill result in improvement of the environment around the world. The best examplecan be seen in the wing shape of bamboo from Vietnam, an architectural wondermade of bamboo in the northern province of Vinh Phuc, who won the international architectural Chicago Athenaeum Museum of the U.S.

Bamboo Wings by VO TRONG NGHIA Architecs

Bamboo Wings by VO TRONG NGHIA Architecs

The main objective of this design is to explore opportunities in the field ofstructural design with bamboo only. The site is surrounded by the world, a natural pond and vegetation. It is located near Hanoi in Vietnam. Here, bamboo is used not only as a finishing material, but also as a structural material. This is the construction of pure bamboo. N steel or other wood materials used in the structure.

The aim of this project is to find the possibilities of the space with bamboo and bamboo itself

This unique structure, flying over the sky, like the wings of a bird, it is possible to understand the large open space with no columns at all. This free space in the cultural center will be used for fashion shows, music programs, meetings and seminars.

This project contributes to the introduction of a new development with newresources available in nature. The shape of the cover as the wings of birds islikely that the air inside the building. It also helps improve the environment by minimizing the use of air conditioning. And inside his barn facilitates the experience of people as living in the wild.

Images Credit: Bamboo Wings

SuperFlex: Multifunctional Bamboo Building-Low Construction and Operation Costs

SuperFlex: Multifunctional Bamboo Building-Low Construction and Operation Costs

SuperFlex: Multifunctional Bamboo Building-Low Construction and Operation Costs. A house has always referred to this private space, where one element can “move” on a personal level. As a matter of fact, is one of the few places where we can experience the tranquility of the transient physical security and retirement advice.In this sense, the architects have looked again and again after integrating a more collective approach to housing, which in turn improve spatial flexibility. Following this trend, the designer Søren Korsgaard has spared its expansive SuperFlex system: a housing component that can be reconfigured for different users fully oriented.

 

SUPERFLEX SYSTEM CONCEPT

SUPERFLEX SYSTEM CONCEPT

 

According to the designer, SuperFlex not only serve as housing, but also be used for a wide range of activities in other specific areas such as sports, shopping and agriculture, even. How so? Well, the whole system was considered in an application field modular, flexible, where users can arrange the names of volumes, depending on your personal preferences.

Structurally, the SuperFlex was divided into three distinct areas: the interior, the semi-outdoor and outdoor. The interior continues the classical framework of privacy if segregation components (such as walls and panels) are adjustable to mobile rearrangement on the user. The essence of the easy accessibility (and visual connection) is maintained by the use of flexible materials such as Plyboo, polycarbonate translucent and transparent glass sliding doors and windows.

Images of SuperFlex: Multifunctional Bamboo Building

Multifunctional bamboo building. Low construction and operation costs.

But it is the “semi-outdoor” area which is presented as the only and final area of ​​the housing system as a whole. According to Korsgaard, this mixture can be used for different functions of the parts inside basketball. The volume is made up of heterogeneous simple division, which may be arranged corresponding to the need for an hour. For example, the soft top that covers the semi-exterior is inspired by nature adaptable Japanese origami. Even structurally, the repeating unit in the roof design will end up with a series of triangles stable not only gives you a sense of aesthetic balance, but also makes it easier to manufacture components in a modular commercial area. As a matter of fact, in this case as well as materials limber Plyboo, bamboo and translucent polycarbonate may be used, depending on weather conditions, the construction process.
As for the soil, the extension “mixed” area will have a concrete floor. But the base-oriented design may change if some communities have higher performance materials such as recycled bricks and stones.

Finally reaching the scope of sustainability, design considerations have focused on the most efficient use of materials and space. The modular system allows all spatial elements for each individual to be personally and effortlessly categorized by a specific function or user traffic, which may change from time to time. This in turn regulates the effective use of energy and resources, in relation to the capacity of the building. In addition, the designer has thought of some structural attributes for use of renewable energy. For example, the roof system can be integrated with flexible solar panels for “clean and green” electricity.

Images Credit: Soren Korsgaard

Elementary school By Hamonic-Masson architects

Elementary school By Hamonic-Masson architects

elementary school-exterior

elementary school-exterior

Old stone walls and imposing Parisian apartment building near this depth, irregular lot, as the setting for this jewel-like elementary school. Fun, by the place, serpentine shape of the building creates a dense series of courses and classrooms, so that no corner unused. The hardware designer chooses bright colors, fun shapes allows users a lasting impression and create an identity for the school with its unique architecture. The reason bamboo shamelessly mimics the true landscaping throughout the project: vegetalised party walls, grassy hill in the first floor and the educational garden on the third. The latter space allows two homes (one for the caretaker and one for the head teacher) to be brought back from the street facade, new to an urban environment over three floors above the street.

Images credit:  Hamonic + Masson architects