Sustainable materials on Amazon: Bamboo

Gift Guides, Materials / Friday, March 2nd, 2018


Since ancient times bamboo has been used as a construction material for many purposes. It is not surprising that architects and engineers are increasingly fascinated by the qualities of bamboo to the point of integrating it into the most modern technologies.

Bamboo in the kitchen

Every product that is to be used in contact with food must be FDA approved. That means that every bamboo kitchen tool is finished with nontoxic products and are safe to cook with. Bamboo is very resistant to moisture, and only a little bit of care will be enough to have all your bamboo kitchen tools in good shape for a long time.

Food Storage in Bamboo containers

Bamboo kitchen organization

Cooking with Bamboo

Bamboo salad bowls

Bamboo for kids feeding

Bamboo Flatware

Bamboo accessories in the bathroom

Bamboo is highly resistant to moisture and performs really well in bathrooms and kitchens.

Bamboo wood: a sustainable, durable and resistant material

Its hardness surpasses woods such as oak, which is why it is also known as vegetable steel or steel grass.In recent years, bamboo has also been widely used in interior design, being able to find more and more bamboo flooring, wall coverings, custom furniture, design doors, etc.

Bamboo furniture

Bamboo: A sustainable material

Bamboo comes from a grass that grows in Asia, Central America and Africa. It can be harvested in a period of time between 5 and 6 years, unlike other timber species that require up to four times more. In addition, being an herb it does not need replanting since it springs naturally every year. The rapid growth of the plant is its great advantage compared to wood because the yield of a bamboo forest can be 20 times bigger than a tree forest. This does not mean that wood is not an ecological option as well, since controlled wood operations lead to an increase in forest masses, keeping them healthy and developing.

Architecture and Bamboo

Resistance, durability, and sustainability are the three main factors that are influencing the use of bamboo by architects and designers.

How do you work with Bamboo

Making Art from Bamboo in Japan

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