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Rio Summer Games, Barra da Tijuca Beach

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Rio Summer Games, Copacabana Beach

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Rio Summer Games, Joatinga Beach


Rio Summer Games, Madureira Park

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Rio Summer Games, Barra da Tijuca Beach

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Rio Summer Games

Bambutec designed and built the bamboo stuctures of the sporting event Rio Summer Games to Rio de Negócios customer, with the sponsorship of telephone company Oi and Incentive Program to Sport of the State of Rio de Janeiro.

The temporary structure walked the City of Rio de Janeiro during the years of 2015-2018, on location at Arpoador, Madureira, Barra da Tijuca, Joatinga, Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas, São Conrado, Leblon, Ipanema, Copacabana, Búzios, Ilha do Governador and Niterói.

The construction solutions employed detailing for different soil types: asphalt, stone, earth, grass and sand, forming a technical collection suitable for creative assemblies, safe and low ecological impact.

We prepared nomadic structures from bamboo poles and textile cotton canvas with selective permeability, ie. impermeability to rain and permeability to the passage of air, technically appropriate for the tropical climate.

Our team developed tents, porches, displays and supports with the concepts of self-stabilizing structures, bionics and permeability, creating innovative structures for uses which connect the city and nature.

Photos: Juan Dias and Kadeh Ferreira