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DCS Vernacular Architecture

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This house, typical of the Philippine countryside, is built using nipa leaves and bamboo. The nipa are processed and sewn into 'pawod', and used to cover the bamboo frame. Philippines Culture, Philippines Travel, Filipino House, Subic Bay, Philippine Houses, Bahay Kubo, Filipino Culture, Vernacular Architecture, Unusual Homes

This house, typical of the Philippine countryside, is built using nipa leaves and bamboo. The nipa are processed and sewn into 'pawod', and used to cover the bamboo frame.

Lean Interpretations from Philippine Vernacular Architecture Vernacular Architecture, Architecture Design, Bahay Kubo Design Philippines, Filipino House, Philippine Architecture, Raised House, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture, Bamboo House

Lean Interpretations from Philippine Vernacular Architecture

Summary The U.S. housing market has seen significant transformation in the last few years. The recent mortgage crisis and the ensuing aversion to sprawl; issues of climate change, energy and afford…

Ifugao House:   ""The Ifugao houses are small but well constructed, standing upon four or more posts, which are sometimes quaintly carved, and are invariably provided with projecting shoulders to prevent rats and other small animals from gaining entrance into the house". [Worcester 1912: p. 884] " Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Timber Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Filipino House, Bahay Kubo, Subic, Philippines Culture, Filipino Culture

Ifugao House: ""The Ifugao houses are small but well constructed, standing upon four or more posts, which are sometimes quaintly carved, and are invariably provided with projecting shoulders to prevent rats and other small animals from gaining entrance into the house". [Worcester 1912: p. 884] "

We’re building our dream home in the Philippines and want it to have a Filipino flavor. Our roof design seeks to capture a bit of the design aesthetic of the classic Philippine native house … Filipino Architecture, Philippine Architecture, Philippines Culture, Manila Philippines, Bahay Kubo Design Philippines, Roof Design, House Design, Filipino House, Philippine Houses

We build a “bahay kubo” bamboo guest house

We build a “bahay kubo” bamboo native-style guest house in Tigbauan, Iloilo Philippines

Architecture was ambitious back in the early century. Bamboo Plant Care, Lucky Bamboo Plants, Filipino Architecture, Bamboo Architecture, Vernacular Architecture, Bahay Kubo Design Philippines, Green Resort, Bamboo House Design, Hut House

Philippine nipa hut | Natural Building Blog

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The Bayanihan Spirit Filipino Architecture, Philippine Art, Vernacular Architecture, Philippines, Book Art, Spirit, World, Outdoor, Effort

The Bayanihan Spirit

“Bayanihan” is a Tagalog word whose literal meaning is, roughly translated, “the act of being a country.” It lacks a concrete dictionary definition, for it can only be accurately explained b…