Indonesian Architecture in Contemporary and Contemporary Vernacular in Indonesia

Contemporary Vernacular -The shifting definitions

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)

Pura Luhur Batukaru Temple in Bali, Indonesia

Pura Luhur Batukaru Temple in Bali, Indonesia (by balilogue).

Batak house, Samosir Island, Sumatra, Indonesia

HORAS to Lake Toba – North Sumatra, Indonesia

.Traditional peoples of the Dani tribe from Lembah Baliem are sitting in front of their house (traditionally called a honai)

Traditional peoples of the Dani tribe from Lembah Baliem are sitting in front of their house (traditionally called a honai) INDONESIA

Indonesia, Sulawesi, Tana Toraja, Marante village, traditional Torajan house known as tongkonan with intricate hand-carved and painted wooden wall panels and a dragon figure above a water buffalo head replica. Water buffaloes are sacrificed at funeral ceremonies.

Indonesia, Sulawesi, Tana Toraja, Marante village, traditional house known as tongkonan with intricate hand-carved and painted wooden wall panels and a dragon figure above a water buffalo head replica. Water buffaloes are sacrificed at funeral ceremonies.

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