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Sustainable (new earth) spatial design
Bambú Social shares knowledge and expertise about natural local resources as an alternative to conventional construction methods. Because bamboo can be social.
Together with local students and craftsmen we have designed and build a pilot for a sustainable model house in Rama, Nicaragua on the terrain of the Bluefields Indian and Caribbean University (BICU) in the centre of El Rama. This pilot house acts as a library for the students; a place where they can learn. We started in the abandoned building in the city centre and slowly revitalized this building, eventually turning it into an exposition space for local culture and arts. Here we have given courses, organized workshops and have given people architectural, sustainable and water advice.
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