A hideaway cabin that anyone can build for $2000.

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Rumah Adat or "traditional houses" of Indonesia By Kauwan On Deviantart

Rumah Adat or "traditional houses" of Indonesia By Kauwan On Deviantart Arquitectura tradicional Indonesia

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Tongkonan, The Toraja's traditional house. The higher the owner’s social status, the higher the roof will be. Another symbol — the buffalo horn — is displayed in front of the house. Photo by Rahma Yulianti.

Indonesia: Tongkonan Toraja traditional house The higher the owner’s social status, the higher the roof will be. Another symbol — the buffalo horn — is displayed in front of the house. Photo by Rahma Yulianti.

BBC Boracay says: " We use hardwood and bamboo to build the construction of the roof and cover it later with Nipa, Ambulong or Cogon Grass..." (JOGLO The Diversity Of Gazebo Design)

BBC Boracay says: " We use hardwood and bamboo to build the construction of the roof and cover it later with Nipa, Ambulong or Cogon Grass." (JOGLO The Diversity Of Gazebo Design)

A plan layout of a traditional kampung house of the PERLIS area. Different regions will have a slight difference in use of materials and shapes and colours.

A plan layout of a traditional kampung house of the PERLIS area. Different regions will have a slight difference in use of materials and shapes and colours.

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