Illinois-based wood products manufacturer Lamboo to showcase its engineered bamboo products at American Society of Landscape Architects 2012 Exposition in Phoenix, Arizona, Sept. 28-30
September 25, 2012
– Lamboo, Inc. to showcase its engineered, high performance bamboo products at the American Society of Landscape Architects 2012 Exposition in Phoenix, AZ, September 28th - 30th.
LambooR TechnologiesT is pleased to announce its participation as an exhibitor at the ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects) Annual Meeting and Expo from September 29-30, 2012 (booth #1277). As an exhibitor, LambooR Technologies will be showcasing a wide array of Laminated Veneer Bamboo (LVB) products and materials for use within exterior environments. Some applications include park structures, awnings and shading devices, exterior furnishings such as benches and trash receptacles, and structural elements for use within infrastructure.
One of Lamboo's premium product lines, LAMBOOR ELEMENTST, is comprised of panels and components which are ideal for Architectural applications, Louvers, Handrails, Stair treads, Exterior Furniture, Exterior Paneling and Cladding, and many other design applications. Lamboo, Inc. offers a higher performing, aesthetically pleasing, workable panel that appeals to finish carpenters, manufactures, and to the designer/builder.
Lamboo, Inc. has been developing and supplying the most efficient, renewable resources available for structural and architectural applications within the construction and manufacturing industries. Through research and proprietary technology, Lamboo's innovative group of material scientists, architects, and engineers are focused on developing specific and new trend-setting processes that will aid in the recovery of our natural ecosystems. Lamboo is also responsible for the integration of its LVB materials into internationally recognized standards such as ASTM and ICC.
The ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architects) Annual Meeting and Expo 2012 is the place where more than 5,000 landscape architecture professionals from across the U.S. and around the world will gather to earn up to 21 professional development hours, to enjoy the fellowship of their profession, and to reconnect with the fundamental elements of design.