Session 1: Southeast Asian Houses: Expanding Tradition


Session 1: Southeast Asian Houses: Expanding Tradition

The distinctive culture of Southeast Asia has been formed through merging of diverse influences. This session aims to understand the identity of traditional housing culture of each country. Apart from addressing the tradition of the houses, the session also discusses various dimensions of the evolution and the changing context that the traditional houses are facing.

 

JU, Seo Reung

Professor, Kyung Hee University

“Salient Features of Southeast Asian Housing”

Syed Iskandar Ariffin

Associate Professor, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

“Gender Equality in Malay Building Tradition

Himasari Hanan

Associate Professor, Institute of Technology, Bandung

“The Transformation of Working Bench in House Design Case Study: Traditional Bali Aga Architecture at Pengotan Village”

Woerjantari Soedarsono Kartidjo

Associate Professor, Institute of Technology, Bandung

“The Evolution of Houses Typology in Menteng: The Dynamic Change of Down Town Up-Scale Residential Area in Jakarta”