Wainyapu Villagers. Wainyapu Village is a traditional village on the west Sumba Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Their traditional house called Uma Bokulu

Wainyapu Village is a traditional village on the west Sumba Island, Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Their traditional house called Uma Bokulu

Rumah Gadang (Traditional House of Minangkabau, West Sumatra)

Rumah Gadang (traditional Minangkabau House, West Sumatra, Indonesia) Malastrana Vienna - Bali your turnkey Phinisi Interior Design Company

Indonesian Architecture in Contemporary and Contemporary Vernacular in Indonesia

Contemporary Vernacular -The shifting definitions

Mbaru Niang the traditional house @  Wae Rebo village-NTT Indonesia, 5 storey communal house, L1'Lutur'=tent where the tribe live. L2'  Lobo'=attic to store food & supplies. L3'Lentar' to store seeds. L4'Lempa Rae' to store food stock for the 'rainy days' L5' Hekang Kode' to store   'langkar'=square webbing from bamboo to be used for the ancient worship ceremony.

Mbaru Niang the traditional house @ Wae Rebo village-NTT Indonesia, 5 storey communal house, where the tribe live. Lobo'=attic to store food & supplies. to store seeds. Rae' to store food stock for the 'rainy days'

The construction of a ‘high hat’ roof of a traditional house in Tarung, Sumba. (The Traditional Architecture of Indonesia)

Bamboo construction of a ‘high hat’ roof of a traditional house in Tarung, Sumba. (The Traditional Architecture of Indonesia)

Rice House in Lombok Island, the West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia.  In Sasaknese we call it Lumbung, the island's inhabitants are 85% Sasak tribe

A rice storage hut in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. It is locally called "Lumbung". The island is inhabited by "Sasak" tribe

Rice House in Lombok, Indonesia

A rice storage hut in Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara province of Indonesia. It is locally called "Lumbung". The island is inhabited by "Sasak" tribe

This project by architecture collective Rumah Asuh involved the repair and reconstruction of the last remaining traditional thatched residences on Flores Island, Indonesia.

Preservation of the Mbaru Niang by Rumah Asuh

This project by architecture collective Rumah Asuh involved the repair and reconstruction of the last remaining traditional thatched residences on Flores Island, Indonesia.

Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark        There are five stories in an mbaru niang. Each has its own function. The lower story is for sleeping and living, and the highest is for the souls of ancestors, a sacred place in a house.

Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark There are five stories in an mbaru niang. Each has its own function. The lower story is for sleeping and living, and the highest is for the souls of ancestors, a sacred place in a house.

Indonesia, Flores Island | Mbaru Niang (traditional house in the village of Wae Rebo)

Wae Rebo: The Remaining Trace of Manggarai Architectural Hallmark. As a communal settlement uphill, the temperature inside an mbaru gendang is quite stable although morning sun is always a good way to warm up the day.

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