Students in Israel build 40m2 suspended bamboo pavilion with 3D printed joints

Students in Israel build 40m2 suspended bamboo pavilion with 3D printed joints

Architecture students from Israel’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem have built a suspended bamboo pavilion using 3D printed joints. The structure can be reconfigured by rearranging the joints, ropes, and bamboo struts. One of the most useful and versatile natural materials in the world, bamboo is something of a natural miracle. Because of a lack of secondary growth wood, bamboo stems to form perfect columns rather than tapered structures. This makes the large woody grass, which has a tensile strength comparable to steel, an ideal building material. Bamboo can also be used to make textiles, weapons, […]

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