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'Bambooline Berlin' / Peter Ruge Architekten

Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten
Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten

Designed by Peter Ruge Architekten, the ‘Bambooline Berlin’ project, exhibited at Gallery DEN in Berline, explores the city’s urban development and proposes a new approach for the temporary, interim use of sustainable urban wasteland. This new, imaginary band complements the historically developed lines of the Berlin cityscape. More images and architects’ description after the break.

The Berlin based architectural practice Peter Ruge Architekten presents examples of development strategies for 15 sites along the bambooline. From the Drei Linden border in the West; Ernst-Reuter-Platz; the Brandenburg Gate; Tempelhof Airport; Alexanderplatz; to the housing estates in Marzahn in the East, a variety of different projects are proposed. Each concept is based on an interim use of bamboo as a sustainable, CO2-consuming and fast growing material.

Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten
Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten

The 15 individual projects are developed from the needs and situation of each site. By creating an immediacy and sense of scale they allow direct access to the imagined solutions. The bambooline Berlin brings together these individual projects and provokes a meaningful experience with the material of bamboo. Architects: Peter Ruge Architekten Location: 15 different locations in Berlin Project Team: Peter Ruge, Kayoko Uchiyama, Matthias Matschewski, Alison McNicol, Jan Müllender, Alejandra Pérez Siller, Zubin Daboo

Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten
Courtesy of Peter Ruge Architekten
Cite:Alison Furuto. "'Bambooline Berlin' / Peter Ruge Architekten" 27 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/247522/bambooline-berlin-peter-ruge-architekten/>