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Indonesian Houses, Vol 1: Tradition and Transformation in Vernac


Indonesian Houses, Vol 1: Tradition and Transformation in Vernacular Architecture

by Schefold, Reimar; G. Domenig & P. Nas (Editors)

Format:?Paperback,?27 pages
Published:?2004,?Singapore,?st Edition

About This Book

Related to work done at a 1997 Leiden multidisciplinary international conference, these 15 papers explore the evolution and variations of vernacular architectural traditions in Western Indonesia.The essays in part one consider four approaches to the study of houses. Case studies of the architecture of Sumatran houses include the evolving variations of Minangkabau, Jambi and Palembang patterns. Five papers look outside Sumatra at the buildings in Flores, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Palu'e and Roti. The final papers explore the cosmological and symbolic organization of buildings in small towns.This volume will be a rich source for students of history and the social sciences, as well as for architects and conservationists. With b&w photographs, graphics, reference and index.

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