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Studio Mumbai build pavilion at MPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo

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Tinuku ~ Studio Mumbai comes to agenda MPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo. Bijoy Jain, founder Studio Mumbai, inaugurated MPavilion in Melbourne constructed from bamboo and wood structure.

Indian architects Studio Mumbai used seven kilometers of bamboo, 50 tons rock and 26 kilometers rope to make MPavilion this year. Structure 16.8 square meter complex has bamboo frame pinned together with about 5,000 wooden pegs.

Tinuku Studio Mumbai build pavilion at MPPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo

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A large pavilion welcomes summer in Australia to celebrate handmade architecture and traditional craftsmanship. The practice of architecture with an elegant design and collaborative work created scale from western India basis. The tower complex sits next to pavilion as friendly gesture.

Tent canopy style roof made of Karvi being down in corners to make climax points, while bluestone flooring sourced from mine site in Port Fairy about 300 kilometers west Melbourne.

The structure includes "Tazia" 12 meter is kind decorative tower to complement traditional Indian ceremony. The hole in middle of roof as "connecting earth to heaven". Underneath golden peg meant to symbolize importance water for community.

MPavilion opened at Melbourne's Queen Victoria Gardens as host of program more than 400 talks, workshops, performances and installations for four months. Organizers have not confirmed whether pavilion Mumbai became the largest bamboo structure ever built in Australia.

Tinuku Studio Mumbai build pavilion at MPPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo

Tinuku.com Studio Mumbai build pavilion at MPPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo

www.Tinuku.com Studio Mumbai build pavilion at MPPavilion 2016 using seven kilometers bamboo

"MPavilion Melbourne is space for people to gather, talk, think and reflect. My goal is not just make new building, but to capture spirit by choosing the right materials, respect for nature and work together with local artisans to share design and construction," said Jain.

The project sponsored by Naomi Milgrom Foundation is an organization founded by businessman and philanthropist Naomi Milgrom. Foundation pledged to fund the first four pavilions. Jain was selected for third edition as reminder of "deep concern about craft, sustainability and society".

"The room was soothing and wise that will inspire people of Melbourne. As a utopian space for creative industries and communities, MPavilion continue to challenge and engage with the world to encourage debate and exchange design culture," says Milgrom.

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