According to the IPCC, one third of Bangladesh is at risk from rising sea levels.
Placed on the water, this structure is built to respond to the various environmental problems of the country. It guarantees safety, comfort and durability. Entirely built in bamboo, the structure is inspired by the mangroves that protect the coastline from erosion and rising waters. The project aims to offer the inhabitants a new living environment, respectful of their culture and environment.

Loïs Tavernier

As an architect and designer, I am passionate about the marine world and contemporary constructions made from natural materials. Sensitive to climatic transformations, I would like through my work to enhance the cultures of each country while proposing new living environments adapted to our uses and respectful of the environment.

Loïs Tavernier's intervention at Biomim'expo 2019 :

The portrait page in the Biomim'BOOK 2019 :

Project website


Loïs Tavernier l.tavernier@strate.design

Loïs Tavernier's TEKASA'I project is exhibited at Biomim'expo 2019 thanks to the support of the school STRATE

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