Il nuovo padiglione dedicato allo sport, progettato e realizzato da Chiangmai Life Architects & Construction per la scuola di Panyaden, in Thailandia, è un’architettura organica in bambù che riflette l’etica green e i principi buddisti dell’istruzione scolastica
Ok. Truly a notable achievement, but please, don’t call it “prefabricated”!
I read it in italian and also on dezeen.com «Arched bamboo trusses left exposed in Chiang Mai sports hall to create a “feast to the eye”»
Architects Markus Roselieb and Tosapon Sittiwong worked with engineers Phuong Nguyen and Esteban Morales Montoya on the design for the prefabricated structure, which is made entirely from bamboo, to ensure it can withstand the area’s high-speed winds and earthquakes.
The trusses were built onsite and lifted into position using a crane. The studio eschewed chemical treatments for the bamboo in favour of borax salt preservative, which should ensure the structure holds up for 50 years.
If it’s built on site, it’s not prefabricated.