A study on changing of Minangkabau houses from Sumatra to Malay Peninsula

Teow Ngak Ng, Hsien Te Lin

研究成果: Conference contribution

摘要

Minangkabau house is one of the most particular houses in Southeast Asia. The uplifted rooftop as the shape of buffalo horns, and large-scale single pile house are its main features. From the 17 th to 18 th century, Minangkabau people in Indonesia migrated massively from the Pagarruyung area of Sumatra to the state of Sembilan on Malay Peninsula. They brought with them the system of a matrilineal society (Adat pepatih), but there was not a complete transplantation of their particular house. This research conducts field investigations on Minangkabau houses in there two areas and analyzes the reasons of the change and major influential factors. The results show how Minangkabau houses transfer from large single pile house into extended small grouped pile houses, which has become another kind of vernacular houses in Malay Peninsula.

原文English
主出版物標題Advanced Building Materials and Structural Engineering
頁面565-570
頁數6
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2012
事件2012 International Conference on Building Materials and Structural Engineering, BMSE2012 - Wuhan, China
持續時間: 2012 三月 192012 三月 20

出版系列

名字Advanced Materials Research
461
ISSN(列印)1022-6680

Other

Other2012 International Conference on Building Materials and Structural Engineering, BMSE2012
國家/地區China
城市Wuhan
期間12-03-1912-03-20

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • 工程 (全部)

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