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Author Al., Seo Ryeung Ju et.
Title Southeast Asian Houses.
Imprint Irvine, CA : Seoul Selection, 2017.

Author Al., Seo Ryeung Ju et.
Subject Architecture, Domestic -- Southeast Asia.
Vernacular architecture -- Southeast Asia.
Architecture, Domestic -- Malaysia.
Architecture, Domestic -- Indonesia.
Architecture, Domestic -- Vietnam.
Architecture, Domestic -- Philippines.
Architecture, Domestic -- Thailand.
Description 1 online resource (154 pages)
Note Print version record.
Contents Intro; Title Page; Copyright; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1 Malaysia: Urban Housing Typology of Modern Malaysia; Chapter 2 Indonesia: Organized-Formal Urban Housing in Indonesia: Its Historical Development and Typologies; Chapter 3 Vietnam: Modern Housing Typology in Vietnam; Chapter 4 The Philippines: Divergence in Philippine Housing Typologies in the Context of Settlement Growth; Chapter 5 Thailand: Progressive Change in Architecture: Local Wisdom, a Simplified Inspiration Toward New Modern Life; Notes; Bibliography; List of Authors; Back Cover.
Summary The modernization of traditional houses in each country may be understood as a process by which various aspects of culture and architecture originating from China, India, European colonial countries and international style were assimilated into various forms and elements of traditional houses. In contemporary houses recently developed in Southeast Asian cities, influences of more nearby regions such as South Korea, Hong Kong and Singapore can easily be found. Even under such multi-cultural influences, Southeast Asian countries sought compromises and maintained each country's unique housing cul.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9781624121012
1624121012
9781624120992
1624120997
OCLC # 1078432056
Additional Format Print version: Al., Seo Ryeung Ju et. Southeast Asian Houses: Embracing Urban Context. Irvine, CA : Seoul Selection, 2017 9781624120992.


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