Nov 9, 2008

Extraordinary Sustainability at Japan Society’s Bamboo Exhibit


Bamboo is being used in everything these days: cutting boards, bikes, folding houses, and furniture. Its versatility, however, is truly evident in the exhibition New Bamboo: Contemporary Japanese Masters at New York’s Japan Society. Images of the exhibition show bamboo doing things you don’t really think of it doing: curving into rope-like knots, weaving into mesh, twisting into triangular angles. While immediately captivating your attention, it also makes you wonder of the un-explored potential of this sustainable material.
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images & passage from:
http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/11/08/japan-society-new-bamboo-contemporary-japanese-masters/


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