- Author:Roxana Waterson
- Publisher:Oxford University Press (July 25, 1996)
- Pages:304 pages
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The Living House is a pioneering work by respected anthropologist Roxana Waterson that has become a classic in its field.
The Living House is a pioneering work by respected anthropologist Roxana Waterson that has become a classic in its field. It is first book of its kind to present a detailed picture of houses within the complex social and symbolic fabric of indigenous South-East Asian peoples. The main focus of the book is on Indonesia.
The Living House is a pioneering work by respected anthropologist Roxana Waterson that has become a classic in. . As it probes the centrally significant role of houses within South-East Asian social systems, The Living House reveals new insights into the kinship systems, gender symbolism and cosmological principles of the peoples who build them, ultimately uncovering fundamental themes concerning the concepts of life force and life processes inherent in all of these cultures.
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The Living House : Anthropology of Architecture in South East Asia. Waterson demonstrates how elements of culture, including gender, kinship, and cosmology are reflected in house design and use. The books is filled with photographs and illustrations, both by Waterson and from various collections. This book is a must for anyone interested in South-East Asia, residential architecture, or material culture.
Living House: An Anthropology of Architecture in South- East Asia.
The home in South East Asia Bibliography: Roxana Waterson, The Living House: An Anthropology of Architecture in South- East Asia. Singapore: Oxford University Press. Robarts GT359W38 The House in East and Southeast Asia: Anthropological and Architectural Aspects, . Izikowitz, P. Sorensen, eds. Curzon Press 1982. These books demonstrate that the basic plan of the house in South East Asia is rectangular. We talk here of a long-house, with verandas and gardens around the outside. The design is in contrast to that of the square of the traditional Chinese house, which takes everything inside the squared external wall.