Colombian Architect Simon Velez... Amazing bridge made of Bamboo

Bamboo Bridge by Colombian Architect Simon Velez. To combat heat and humidity of "wearing" on a bamboo bridge Velez filled the bamboo sticks with gravel.

Bamboo Bridge at the The Crosswaters Ecolodge, in China a proyect by Simon Velez, a Colombian Architect, specialized in the use of Guadua.

View inside the bamboo bridge at the Crosswaters Ecolodge in China. The bridge was designed by Simon Velez.

People living in Medellin, Colombia, have had to trek up hundreds of steps which is the equivalent to a 28-story building but can now use outdoor escalators instead.  Six sections of escalators allow people living on all parts of the hillside to have access to it.

Going up! Colombian shanty town installs giant outdoor escalators to relief of residents spared a trudge up steps (equivalent to climbing 28-storey building)

Outdoor escalators installed in one of Medellin’s poorest districts.

Click Clack Hotel — Bogotá, Colombia http://www.dnahotels.com/hotel/colombia/distrito-national/bogota/The-Click-Clack-Hotel

The Click Clack Hotel in Bogota, Colombia by plan:B Arquitectos and Perceptual Studio More about the Click Clack hotel and another architecture inspiration on WE AND THE.

Eco friendly building designs can make all the difference! And boy, doesn't it look super sexy?

Cellular Green-Roofed Pajariro Jardin Infantil La Aurora Kindergarten Sprouts in Colombia

Cellular Green-Roofed Pajariro Jardin Infantil La Aurora Kindergarten Sprouts in Columbia


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