Green school show the building with bamboo in Indonesia
Bamboo is a very versatile material, which explains why the environment and developer John and Cynthia Hardy wanted to emphasize in their magnificent Green School in Indonesia.
The campus is important buildings constructed entirely from sustainably harvested bamboo and powered by renewable energy systems. Located in Bali, Green School is a good school because it is a global community, and has recently been selected for the Aga Khan Award for Architecture for sustainable quality.
Green Schools Foundation was established with a non-profit Meranggi develop bamboo plantations with rice seeds to local farmers.
The project has also tapped talent PT Bambu, an architectural firm specializing in architecture bamboo.
PT Bambu is responsible for part of the school campus Green bamboo, which consists of four classrooms, a referral center, housing faculty offices, bars, bathrooms, a gym and middle schools, spiral, multilevel building for school functions.
With a beautiful building with bamboo, eco-school programs focus on sustainability and offers many scholarships for local children in Bali.
The campus also includes an organic garden and use some renewable energy systems, including sawdust and bamboo hot cooking system, Hydro-powered vortex generators, and solar panels. Local sustainably grown bamboo has been used exclusively through the beautiful campus.
source : inhabitat