The Green School Showcases Bamboo Construction in Indonesia

The Green School Showcases Bamboo Construction in Indonesia
By Bridgette Meinhold

Bamboo is an incredibly versatile material, which is why environmentalists and designers John and Cynthia Hardy wanted to showcase it in their gorgeous Green School in Indonesia. The remarkable campus of buildings is constructed completely from sustainably-harvested bamboo and is powered by renewable energy systems. Located in Bali, The Green School is as much a school as it is a holistic community, and it has recently been shortlisted for the Aga Khan Awards for Architecture for its sustainable merits.

The Green School was started as a way to promote sustainable education and green building. It’s a beautiful example of what can be accomplished using local sustainably-grown bamboo.

Source: In Habitat

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