A Dramatic And Organic Bamboo Basketball Court In Thailand • Discoverology

A Dramatic And Organic Bamboo Basketball Court In Thailand

Architecture, Design

This remarkable bamboo basketball court in Thailand is designed by Chiangmai Life Architects. It’s a tasteful open-air venue meant for all manner of sports, events and gatherings. And despite its lightweight appearance, it’s been designed to withstand high-speed winds and earthquakes.

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