Ultimate fall the first actual International Bamboo Architecture Biennale premiered in the small village of Baoxi, China, putting eighteen everlasting works by using twelve international architects in the historically agriculture-centered metropolis. The biennale, curated by artist Ge Qiantao and architect George Kunihiro, reveals how the traditional cloth may be incorporated into the modern design. The plant serves as the base to new buildings within the village inclusive of a children hostel and a ceramics museum, which Baoxi hopes to attract tourism to thru supplementary infrastructures inclusive of a traffic constructing, motel, and studying center.

Youth Hostel / Design Hotel by Anna Heringer.

Youth Hostel / Design Hotel by Anna Heringer.

Bridge by Ge Quantao.

Bridge by Ge Quantao.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Contemporary celadon ceramic museum by Kengo Kuma.

Contemporary celadon ceramic museum by Kengo Kuma.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Bamboo product research and design center (interior) by Li Xiaodong.

Bridge by Ge Quantao.

Bridge by Ge Quantao.

Invited ceramist workshop by Keisuke Maeda.

 

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