Bamboology was commissioned by Hastings Country Park and Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to design and create two bespoke outdoor classrooms to house their educational programs during the summer months.
The work needed to be highly durable, but also movable due to the sensitive nature of the sites – Rye Harbour, for example, is a designated SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and is home to 4,523 recorded species (including 736 that have a conservation status).
Bamboo was a perfect starting point for the brief, with the material being both light and durable. To provide the shade, Bamboology secured demountable canopies made from recycled plastics to standing Guadua bamboo poles.
The overall effect was a comfortable and colourful environment for the learning to take place in an exposed, but beautiful location.
This one of many of Bamboology’s amazing projects. Find out more about Bamboology here.