Bamboo as a constructive or decorative element, coating, facade, or roof has proven its superiority over materials such as plastic and steel.
While it is true that research on this material has advanced significantly in recent years, we know that there is still much to learn. Join us on this journey of learning with Ar Neelam Manjunath, Founder Mansaram.
Ar. Neelam Manjunath is an architect, planner, scientist, activist and theoretician, with two graduate degrees, in Science from REI Degree College, Dayalbagh, Agra and in Architecture, from Govt. College of Architecture, Lucknow in 1987. Her education, however, is much wider and includes training in several skills related to sustainable architecture, Media Architecture and Charrettee Training from Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, as well as a PG Diploma in Theology from Dayalbagh University, Agra. She is a practicing architect since 1991, currently based in Bangalore. Her architecture is distinguished for the use of low energy materials and technologies with special emphasis on Bamboo.
You have seen Ar. Neelam Manjunath's practice and would love to hear from her.
You Intend to use Bamboo in your design but need some clarity and direction.
You wish to see practical applications, strength and limitation of Bamboo.
You are a faculty and would like to improve your understanding of building materials to guide your students.