construction of Sabla: the palm-leaf shelters in the Middle East. constructions built of date palm have been in use for around 7,000–8,000 years. sabla: the palm-leaf shelters was conceived as a contemporary, modular grid-shell construction that offers an example of how traditional technologies can be adapted for use today, and scaled up or down to provide for a variety of applications in over 46 countries of the United Arab Emirates | image © Dr Sandra Piesik
Bangladesh METI Handmade School | image © Anna Heringer
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