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So far Auroville Bamboo Centre has created 8 blog entries.

Bamboo Cycle – Dhruv

The Cycle 4+ weeks in research and construction <7 kg frame Treated and bent bamboo frame Day 1 Introduction to bamboo: Multimedia Presentation & Live introduction to different plants that grow on-site Bamboo Centre Day 2 Hands-on: discover cutting techniques & make your first joints. Day 3 Theory: Pareto's [...]

By |23rd/July/ 2018|Comments Off on Bamboo Cycle – Dhruv

Boom Box Ver 2.0 – Taijasa

The name of this product is Multi-Use Boom Box. For short you can call it M.U.B Box.  At first, valentine gave us a paper to design a new version of Boom Box. And finally I got an idea. So the next day I started to use treated bamboo to make my design.  And in the middle [...]

By |17th/July/ 2018|Comments Off on Boom Box Ver 2.0 – Taijasa

Bending a Bamboo – Rashi

AIM of STUDY (Bending a Bamboo) The aim of the study is to evolve a way to bend the bamboo which can be useful for different purposes. The method used for the purpose should resolve the problem of blackening of the bamboo which takes place in the commonly used technique of bending bamboo. INTRODUCTION The [...]

By |7th/July/ 2018|Comments Off on Bending a Bamboo – Rashi

Research and Development – ‘Bamboo and Natural dyes’- Mansi

The idea was to color the bamboo using the naturals dyes available in nature. There are various natural dyes available in the nature through which we can extract some beautiful colors. The effort of this research is to combine a sustainable material like bamboo along with another naturally available dye colors. The natural dyes [...]

By |4th/July/ 2018|Comments Off on Research and Development – ‘Bamboo and Natural dyes’- Mansi

MY EXPERIENCE OF BAMBOO CENTRE – Ujain

The last 6 weeks has been a roller coaster ride for me. I came into bamboo center with lot of assumptions and ideas about how it will be, but to my surprise it was quite different. Apart from the work environment, the space really gave me a very homely vibe and made me feel comfortable [...]

By |21st/June/ 2018|Comments Off on MY EXPERIENCE OF BAMBOO CENTRE – Ujain

New Look

Bamboos include some of the fastest-growing plants in the world, due to a unique rhizome-dependent system. Certain species of bamboo can grow 91 cm (36 in) within a 24-hour period, at a rate of almost 4 cm (1.6 in) an hour (a growth around 1 mm every 90 seconds, or 1 inch every 40 minutes). Giant bamboos are the largest members of the grass family.

By |16th/June/ 2018|Comments Off on New Look

Auroville Bamboo Summer Camp

We're happy to announce that this year we're hosting our first Auroville Bamboo Summer Camp at Bamboo Centre. The course will include an in-dept introduction to the building techniques with bamboo and an on-site construction project that we will prepare in co-operation with you.

By |31st/March/ 2015|1 Comment

Shri Sanjay Kumar, Deputy Director General, National Bamboo Mission visits Auroville Bamboo Centre

Auroville Bamboo Centre was happy to host a quick visit of Shri Sanjay Kumar, Deputy Director General of the National Bamboo Mission on Thursday 26th of March 2015. Mr. Kumar and his delegation enjoyed a late lunch at Bamboo Centre and got a quick introduction to Auroville by Balu, Yuval and Dhanya, followed by a [...]

By |30th/March/ 2015|Comments Off on Shri Sanjay Kumar, Deputy Director General, National Bamboo Mission visits Auroville Bamboo Centre