IBUKU Presented a Bamboo-Made School in Indonesia That Has Zero-Carbon Emissions

IBUKUs team school

IBUKU, which consists of young designers and architects, created a bamboo-made structure for a new school in Indonesia.

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The Arc at Green Schoolthe is a 760-square-meter school designed also as a wellness center and gym. The lightweight construction proposes new ways of using zero-carbon materials, such as bamboo.

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The green school concept was firstly founded in 2006 by John and Cynthia Hardy. And then the project was finally opened in 2008 in collaboration with craftsmen, architects, scientists, and philosophers.

With a 12-year history of pushing boundaries, The IBUKU team presented Arc as an innovative structure in its history. The construction is 14 meters high and 19 meters long, created in cooperation between Atelier One and PT Bamboo Pure.

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