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The Green School – PT Bambu

Tháng Tư 1, 2011

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Architects: 
Location: Badung, 
Client: Yayasan Kul Kul
Project Area: 7,542 sqm
Project Year: 2007
Photographs: , Ahkamul Hakim

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Environmentalists and designers John and Cynthia Hardy wanted to motivate communities to live sustainably. Part of that effort was to show people how to build with sustainable materials, namely . They established the Green School, and its affiliates: the Meranggi Foundation, which develops plantations of  plants through presenting  seedlings to local rice farmers; and , a for-profit design and construction company that promotes the use of as a primary building material, in an effort to avoid the further depletion of rainforests.

© Ahkamul Hakim

The Green School, a giant laboratory built by , is located on a sustainable campus straddling both sides of the Ayung River in Sibang Kaja, , within a lush jungle with native plants and trees growing alongside sustainable organic gardens. The campus is powered by a number of alternative energy sources, including a  sawdust hot water and cooking system, a hydro-powered vortex generator and solar panels. Campus buildings include classrooms, gym, assembly spaces, faculty housing, offices, cafes and bathrooms. A range of architecturally significant spaces from large multi-storey communal gathering places to much smaller classrooms are a feature of the campus. Local , grown using sustainable methods, is used in innovative and experimental ways that demonstrate its architectural possibilities. The result is a holistic green community with a strong educational mandate that seeks to inspire students to be more curious, more engaged and more passionate about the environment and the planet.

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