Diseño en bambú Photo by Eric Flexyyourhead
[email_address] http://pinatasdigitales.wordpress.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/marianasalgado
Vamos a documentar todo en http://integrandoalfuturo-cmd.blogspot.com/
Durante esta presentación tomen notas dibujen/ bosquejen elijan palabras sueltas resalten ideas originales
Investigación en diseño Diseño participativo Nuevas tecnologías/ medios sociales Museos
Diseño sustentable Métodos de investigación-acción
Por qué bambú?
Es pasto (no árbol)
Crece en un año (comparado con 25-50 de un árbol) Algunas especies de bambúes son las plantas terrestres conocidas de crec...
Millones de personas dependen del bambú para su subsistencia (mercado global 10 billones de dólares)
Forestación del bambú cosechas, trabajo y salarios  renovables
Flickr ag “En Colombia la caña aguanta mejor los terremotos que el ladrillo y el hormigón. El impacto ambiental es mucho m...
Estabiliza climas, economías y suelos
Fuerte, durable y liviano “acero vegetal”
Comprobado su uso para el diseño china india colombia japón tailandia chile brasil
No explotado suficientemente
en Argentina
Artesanía
 
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
 
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Desde la Antiguedad el Bambú constituye uno de los más importantes materiales de construcción de viviendas populares http:...
By bambubota, from Flickr
By bambubota, from Flickr
By bambubota, from Flickr
By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
Foto by StyLynn Hawaii. From Flickr
By bikudesigns. Photo from Flickr
Arquitectura en las Filipinas. Picture by quaknet. From Flickr Casa tradicional Filipina, una habitación, elevada del piso...
Foto by Acroyogi www.panyoga.com Fuente de agua
Foto by Acroyogi www.panyoga.com Fuente de agua
Creado como parte del programa de intercambio de la escuela Shenkar. Estudiantes de diseño israelí fueron a China a aprede...
www.designistdream.com
www.designistdream.com
www.designistdream.com
www.designistdream.com
Ore-design- Brasil
Ore-design- Brasil
Ore-design- Brasil
Ore-design- Brasil
Ore-design- Brasil
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Ore-design- Brasil
Straschnow – Experimentos en muebles de bambú en Aram Gallery, London Design Festival 2009. No se necesitó clavos ni pegam...
 
 
 
 
 
 
Diseñador: Ross Lovegrove Marca: Biomega
Diseñador: Nicolás Masuelli (Rosario) Bambucicleta
 
 
Fundación sin fines de lucro que se dedica al desarrollo de tecnologías constructivas en bambú. Son arquitectos e ingenier...
Desarrollo de tecnologías constructivas en bambú.
Es una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a la conservación de especies del bambú que corren riesgo de extinción.
www.articultores.net
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Esta presentación la usé el primer encuentro del Workshop Bambú organizado en el Centro Metropolitano de Diseño, el 4 de Mayo de 2010. Fui la cordinadora del workshop y esta presentación se usó como disparador para el brainstorming.

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  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Why bamboo as a "catalyst" for sustainable development? * Bamboo is a valuable NTFP (non-timber forest product) and supports many current and future needs for sustainable raw material streams. * As a grass (not a tree), bamboo can grow to maturity in one growing season, yielding many harvests over a typical 25-50 year tree life cycle. * Each day, hundreds of millions of people worldwide depend on bamboo for their livelihoods -- global market value is estimated at US$10 billion and growing. * Bamboo agroforestry generates renewable crops, jobs and income -- and so helps stabilize climates, soils and economies at once. * Strong, durable, light-weight and with thousands of uses -- as food, fuels, paper & board products, housing & building materials, transportation, etc. -- bamboo offers a cost-effective complement to plastic, metal and wood materials. * Integrating bamboo agroforestry, value-added manufacturing and marketing processes with local and regional economic development plans can be rewarding -- existing farming, logging and rural / urban manufacturing sectors (and their communities) could benefit from new NTFP resources, jobs and products.
  • Mates tallados
  • Quenas hechas en bambú
  • Instrumento de cuerda hindú
  • Instrumentos de viento, y cuerda hechos en bamboo Foto by nektars
  • Didgeridoos de bambú, tallados a mano. Calabazas talladas. Diseños de aborigenes latinoamericanos.
  • By bambubota, from Flickr “ En Colombia la caña aguanta mejor los terremotos que el ladrillo y el hormigón. El impacto ambiental es mucho menor; plantar guadua es como sembrar agua” Se trata de un tipo de bambú al que se le denomina”Guadua” y que se cultiva en todo Suramérica. Antiguamente se utilizó en la construcción de edificios y obras de ingeniería. Desplazado por el cemento y las multinacionales, el Guadua se convirtió en el material de construcción para las viviendas más humildes. El Guadua, que algunos conocen también como el acero vegetal, Desde la Antiguedad el Bambú constituye uno de los más importantes materiales de construcción de viviendas populares, y dentro de ciertas culturas, para múltiples tipos estructurales. En Tucumán, es muy utilizado en las zonas rurales del Este de la misma. Es flexible, durable, liviano, muy resistente, abundante en la zona y los hombres de campo saben usarlo con técnicas elementales. A partir de los primeros estudios sobre las propiedades físicas y tecnológicas del material, advertimos el enorme potencial que ofrecen no sólo desde el punto de vista de la solución de modestas construcciones sino también para estructuras más importantes, hasta de grandes luces y hasta para construcciones suntuarias.
  • By bambubota, from Flickr
  • By bambubota, from Flickr
  • This nifty little summer bag is an original design. It was knit using a beautifully hand dyed bamboo yarn I purchased from a crafter on Etsy. She called the colorway "melon ball" It's a sort of melon pink, with touch of yellow and green. Visit my blog rightoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com Elizabeth Caris
  • This nifty little summer bag is an original design. It was knit using a beautifully hand dyed bamboo yarn I purchased from a crafter on Etsy. She called the colorway "melon ball" It's a sort of melon pink, with touch of yellow and green. Visit my blog rightoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com Elizabeth Caris
  • This nifty little summer bag is an original design. It was knit using a beautifully hand dyed bamboo yarn I purchased from a crafter on Etsy. She called the colorway "melon ball" It's a sort of melon pink, with touch of yellow and green. Visit my blog rightoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com Elizabeth Caris
  • This nifty little summer bag is an original design. It was knit using a beautifully hand dyed bamboo yarn I purchased from a crafter on Etsy. She called the colorway "melon ball" It's a sort of melon pink, with touch of yellow and green. Visit my blog rightoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com Elizabeth Caris
  • These rectangle shaped earrings feature sliced and curled bamboo pieces inlaid in black resin. The pieces of bamboo bark vary in shades of light to dark tan/brown. There may be slight imperfections and discolorations due to the bamboo being naturally from mother nature. The back of the earrings are black. They dangle from stainless surgical steel earhooks which are great for sensitive ears. Earrings measure approximately 2-1/2 inches from top of ear hook to bottom of teardrop. Mahalo for looking & come again soon! Foto by StyLynn Hawaii
  • This ring was designed after I saw a pile of bamboo stacked. The circles that the cut bamboo was photographed and then used a a source to make a range of jewelrry. bikudesigns
  • #003 - interior: bahay kubo series: bamboo architecture in the philippines the traditional filipino house, the bahay kubo or the nipa hut. basically a one room structure, elevated from the ground, constructed mainly of bamboo with nipa (palm) leaves as the roofing shingles. its a comfortable (hayahay) structure to stay-in specially during summer, since wind easily breezes in through the walls, floor and window-door openings. Picture by quaknet
  • Created as part of an exchange program between Israeli design students from Shenkar College and HaPe International toy company, 15 students travelled to China to learn about the traditional use of bamboo and its design for children's toys. This awesome wheel is a leggo-type assembly toy with flexible plastic and bamboo shaped puzzle pieces. Turns out bamboo is a great resource to design with - great for the environment and perfect for design products. Read more about bamboo toys and other innovative Israeli design products at www.designistdream.com
  • Created as part of an exchange program between Israeli design students from Shenkar College and HaPe International toy company, 15 students travelled to China to learn about the traditional use of bamboo and its design for children's toys. This awesome wheel is a leggo-type assembly toy with flexible plastic and bamboo shaped puzzle pieces. Turns out bamboo is a great resource to design with - great for the environment and perfect for design products. Read more about bamboo toys and other innovative Israeli design products at www.designistdream.com
  • Created as part of an exchange program between Israeli design students from Shenkar College and HaPe International toy company, 15 students travelled to China to learn about the traditional use of bamboo and its design for children's toys. This awesome wheel is a leggo-type assembly toy with flexible plastic and bamboo shaped puzzle pieces. Turns out bamboo is a great resource to design with - great for the environment and perfect for design products. Read more about bamboo toys and other innovative Israeli design products at www.designistdream.com
  • Ore-design- Brasil
  • Diseñador Jair Straschnow – Experimentos en muebles de bambú en Aram Gallery, London Design Festival 2009. No se necesitó clavos ni pegamento.
  • http://alienology.com/
  • Diseñador: Ross Lovegrove Marca: Biomega
  • Fundación sin fines de lucro que se dedica al desarrollo de tecnologías constructivas en bambú. Son arquitectos e ingenieros.
  • Es una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a la conservación de especies del bambú que corren riesgo de extinción
  • Es el blog no oficial del Instituto Nacional de Diseño en India.
  • Diseño en bambú

    1. 1. Diseño en bambú Photo by Eric Flexyyourhead
    2. 2. [email_address] http://pinatasdigitales.wordpress.com/ http://www.slideshare.net/marianasalgado
    3. 3. Vamos a documentar todo en http://integrandoalfuturo-cmd.blogspot.com/
    4. 4. Durante esta presentación tomen notas dibujen/ bosquejen elijan palabras sueltas resalten ideas originales
    5. 5. Investigación en diseño Diseño participativo Nuevas tecnologías/ medios sociales Museos
    6. 6. Diseño sustentable Métodos de investigación-acción
    7. 7. Por qué bambú?
    8. 8. Es pasto (no árbol)
    9. 9. Crece en un año (comparado con 25-50 de un árbol) Algunas especies de bambúes son las plantas terrestres conocidas de crecimiento más veloz 1m en 24 hs , en condiciones de laboratorio.
    10. 10. Millones de personas dependen del bambú para su subsistencia (mercado global 10 billones de dólares)
    11. 11. Forestación del bambú cosechas, trabajo y salarios renovables
    12. 12. Flickr ag “En Colombia la caña aguanta mejor los terremotos que el ladrillo y el hormigón. El impacto ambiental es mucho menor; plantar guadua es como sembrar agua”
    13. 13. Estabiliza climas, economías y suelos
    14. 14. Fuerte, durable y liviano “acero vegetal”
    15. 15. Comprobado su uso para el diseño china india colombia japón tailandia chile brasil
    16. 16. No explotado suficientemente
    17. 17. en Argentina
    18. 18. Artesanía
    19. 20. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    20. 21. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    21. 22. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    22. 23. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    23. 24. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    24. 25. Foto by nektars- Fuente: Flickr
    25. 27. Diseño
    26. 28. Desde la Antiguedad el Bambú constituye uno de los más importantes materiales de construcción de viviendas populares http://bambus.rwth-aachen.de/eng/reports/zeri/neuebilder/unterdach.jpg
    27. 29. By bambubota, from Flickr
    28. 30. By bambubota, from Flickr
    29. 31. By bambubota, from Flickr
    30. 32. By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
    31. 33. By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
    32. 34. By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
    33. 35. By Elizabeth Caris, from Flickr Está tejido usando bambú secado a mano. Righttoutloudhandmades.blogspot.com
    34. 36. Foto by StyLynn Hawaii. From Flickr
    35. 37. By bikudesigns. Photo from Flickr
    36. 38. Arquitectura en las Filipinas. Picture by quaknet. From Flickr Casa tradicional Filipina, una habitación, elevada del piso, construida con palmas de bambú, en el techo. Fresca durante el verano por las aberturas.
    37. 39. Foto by Acroyogi www.panyoga.com Fuente de agua
    38. 40. Foto by Acroyogi www.panyoga.com Fuente de agua
    39. 41. Creado como parte del programa de intercambio de la escuela Shenkar. Estudiantes de diseño israelí fueron a China a apreder sobre el uso tradicional del bambú y su diseño de juguetes para chicos. Esta rueda es un juego estilo Lego, de construcción con plástico flexible y piezas de rompecabezas de bambú. www.designistdream.com
    40. 42. www.designistdream.com
    41. 43. www.designistdream.com
    42. 44. www.designistdream.com
    43. 45. www.designistdream.com
    44. 46. Ore-design- Brasil
    45. 47. Ore-design- Brasil
    46. 48. Ore-design- Brasil
    47. 49. Ore-design- Brasil
    48. 50. Ore-design- Brasil
    49. 51. Ore-design- Brasil
    50. 52. Ore-design- Brasil
    51. 53. Ore-design- Brasil
    52. 54. Straschnow – Experimentos en muebles de bambú en Aram Gallery, London Design Festival 2009. No se necesitó clavos ni pegamento.
    53. 61. Diseñador: Ross Lovegrove Marca: Biomega
    54. 62. Diseñador: Nicolás Masuelli (Rosario) Bambucicleta
    55. 65. Fundación sin fines de lucro que se dedica al desarrollo de tecnologías constructivas en bambú. Son arquitectos e ingenieros.
    56. 66. Desarrollo de tecnologías constructivas en bambú.
    57. 67. Es una organización sin fines de lucro dedicada a la conservación de especies del bambú que corren riesgo de extinción.
    58. 68. www.articultores.net
    59. 91. Las ideas, dibujos y fotos son de sus dueños, como está detallado en cada diapositiva. Acá están solo compiladas para dar ideas para el taller Mayo 2010 CMD (Centro Metropolitano de Diseño)
    60. 92. gracias

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