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Meghalaya’s "Living Bridge": Sustainable Living Architecture

November 5th, 2011

India's Meghalaya state region has a cultural tradition based on adapting and surviving in a radical environment: They train the roots of trees to grow into sustainable bridges that will adapt and grow over 500 years to create natural traverses for humans and will survive the torrential rains common in the region. via @pheezy

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