Blooming Bamboo Home by H&P architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 26 Sep 2013 8:09 am | Homes

Located in the town of Cau Dien in the Tu Liem district of Ha Noi, Vietnam, a region which is often the subject of natural disasters the Blooming Bamboo Home offers a residential project resistant to floods designed by the H&P architects practice.

The project is built with several modular structures with a 3.3 x 6.6 meter surface which are assembled together by bolding, binding and hanging the various elements making the structure able to withstand a flood of 1.5 meters in height. The architects are now trying to create an even better design which will be able to resist floods of up to three meters in height.

The structure framework of the house is made with bamboo pieces and the entire project can be built in only 25 days without being too expensive either. The interior of the house is designed to be multifunctional and can become either a home or a medical, educational or community center.

 

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