Detailed information of over 40 case studies are presented here. This includes a description of the project, building details, project team, climate analysis, design approach, energy systems and building material used, any special features as well as lessons learned. Click on the countries listed above to get country-specific case studies, or navigate using the Google map. This is a modest size building in a small site in a higher income locality in Mysore City.
Case Study 1 – Bamboo House India: Effective Project Management?
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Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Be like the bamboo : 7 lessons from the Japanese forest The forests that surround our village here in Nara, Japan are filled with beautiful bamboo trees. In Japan, the symbolism of the bamboo plant runs deep and wide and offers practical lessons for life and for work. I summarized the lessons below with presentation and learning in mind, but as you read these seven lessons from bamboo , try think of practical implications for your own work. Be flexible yet firmly rooted One of the most impressive things about the bamboo in the forest is how they sway with even the slightest breeze. This gentle swaying movement with the wind is a symbol of humility. Their bodies are hard and firm and yet sway gently in the breeze while their trunks stay rooted firmly in the ground below.
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Bamboo's idea was to open new possibilities for users in Africa region and enable them equal access to buying American assets. The primary goal was to create mobile applications both for Android and iOS users, so they could deposit their money in USD currency and, among the long list of US Stocks, pick and order transactions. Together with mobile apps, there came an admin panel - a web-based application to manage users and orders. Bamboo aims not only to grow within the original Nigerian market but also to expand further in Africa with a strong number of new features. When it comes to the external providers, another struggle is their number and reliability.
Bamboo construction has traditionally been rather straightforward: Entire stalks are used to create latticed edifices, or woven in strips to form wall-sized screens. The effect can be stunning, and also practical in parts of the world where bamboo thrives. But there are limitations to building with bamboo.