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Peter Ruge Architekten | My Bamboom

Concept & Competition Peter Ruge Architekten | My Bamboom

My Bamboom challenges current models of building citizenship by exploring a new approach to community through economic and ecological development.  At the end of a consumerism on a site in the costal town of Fukui, Japan, the scheme aims to facilitate micro investment for as little as 1 Euro per ‘pixel’, in the growth and use of bamboo forestation. My Bamboom is a platform that builds citizenship through exploration, promotion and guidance of sustainable and environmentally friendly ways to develop unused wastelands.

Location: Fukui, Japan
Architect: Peter Ruge Architekten | Peter Ruge, Kayoko Uchiyama, Matthias Matschewski, Zubin Daboo, Basia Kubicka
Exhibition: IX International Architecture Biennale São Paulo, Brazil, 2011
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