Urban strawbale: Loadbearing Acrobax Tearoom, Library and Concert-Area, Rome, Italy, 2013


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This is the load-bearing wall in bales, built by Bagstudio during a workshop in Rome, without interruption or counters, the longest ever made (34mt). It was designed to broaden the space of Acrobax and obtain a tea room, a library and the backstage of the concert area. To realize this project has been organized a workshop for a period of one week during which the structure was completed, which was then plastered and finished inside during the following weeks.

Source/Info: http://www.bagstudio.org/en/progetti/

See also: Workshops by bagstudio

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Herbert Gruber

Written by Herbert Gruber

Herbert is author of the book "Neues Bauen mit Stroh" (New Building with Straw), head of the austrian strawbale network ASBN and partner in the Leonardo-project "Strawbale Training for European Professionals (STEP). As a collector he documents European straw bale buildings since 1999 on his website (database, german), in lectures, workshops and books.

Website: http://www.baubiologie.at

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