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If you are lucky enough to have a supply of bamboo, you can use this versatile building material in many ways, even as roofing. The giant form of bamboo can be found in damp places from India to China, and there are types native to Africa, Australia, and the southern United States. Split bamboo vertically to make roofing and guttering to collect rainwater. The split stems are laid alternatively to interlock with one another form efficient and waterproof pantiles.

If you are lucky enough to have a supply of bamboo, you can use this versatile building material in many ways, even as roofing. The giant form of bamboo can be found in damp places from India to China, and there are types native to Africa, Australia, and the southern United States. Split bamboo vertically to make roofing and guttering to collect rainwater. The split stems are laid alternatively to interlock with one another form efficient and waterproof pantiles.

make a moveable wall like this to use in front of lightsource in studio for cool sunlight effects

"An Open Ended Design for a Bamboo Flood Shelter." A small structure entirely built of bamboo is envisioned by H&P Architects as a flexible design that can withstand floods in their native Vietnam.

Architecture, Detail Joint Structure Wood: The Beauty of Combining Wood, Stone and Steel Structures in The Sports Center Building

Wood & Steel Structures: Architecture, Detail Joint Structure Wood: The Beauty of Combining Wood, Stone and Steel Structures in The Sports Center Building

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