The craftsmen of Kudus in Central Java, Indonesia, are famous for their carved teak houses. This square foot one was transported to Vashon Island, WA. to be rebuilt on the land of Asian furniture importer, David Smith.
Photos: Visiting Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s Cultural Soul
Photos: Visiting Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s Cultural Soul | Photo by Chris Court
Javanese House @ Garden - Bali Sourced
fuckyeahphotographics: “ The Underground Mosque, known as Sumur Gumuling”, in Yogyakarta, Indonesia was built upon a circular well in The building is totally underground, surrounding the well.
With prefab building all the rage, it's interesting to see how these antique, year-old homes from Indonesia are being pitched. Via the Inbox: "Antique Prefab Houses, these are Javanese.