Evolution of Bamboo Structures

Stamm, Jörg
August 2008
Bamboo: The Magazine of the American Bamboo Society;Aug2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p9
The article illustrates different modern tools and design bamboo applications. It also examines the biomass generation and eco-friendly harvesting of bamboo. The processes and techniques of joining sticks, weaving splits, basic framing with post and beam, and forming anticlastic tensile structures and buildings are also discussed.


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