New bamboo: architecture and design
Guadua (bamboo) is a renewable natural resource that grows quickly and has outstanding environmental and aesthetic qualities. This much-anticipated sequel to Bambusa Guadua, also published by Villegas Editores, offers insight into the fascinating world of guadua's usage and practical applications in architecture, furniture, and object design.
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Foreword Benjamin Villegas
A sustainable resource of incalculable value Ximena Londono
The fauna of the guadua grove Jesus Velez
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Alternative cathedral architecture Bambusoideae Bogota Brazil building built of guadua butterflies Caldas cast bronze cathedral in guadua cauline leaves cement mortar coffee zone Colombia columns concrete countries covered by bamboo culm culm wall culture Cundinamarca cupola Designed by Simon Detail diameter Ecuador environmental Expo-Hannover 2000 fiber floor floscules forests furniture genus Gramineae Guadua angustifolia guadua grove Guadua Pavilion guadua rhizomes guadua roots guadua structure Guaduinae habitat Hannover hectares industrial internodes Jorge Jorge Herrera Klaus Steffens Kyoto Protocol Latin America load bearing tests macana main bedroom Manizales Marcelo Villegas Marco Zanini meters above sea meters span Mock-up nudillo Opposite Pereira plant Poaceae Puerto Penalisa Quindio region Ricaurte Risaralda river roof structure Santagueda sea level Simon Velez soil spikelets square kilometers square meters structure of guadua Studio of Marcelo tabular root taxonomic traction tree tropical Valle del Cauca vegetal steel wood woody bamboos zone of Colombia