Indigenous architecture and interior environment in cultural context of lotus field in Klongyong community
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The study aims four questions. 1) To study the vernacular architecture in relation to the environment and life on the lotus field. 2) To compare the similarities - and to find the identity or the identity of the vernacular architecture. 3) To study the effective of vernacular architecture, and 4) To study the Indigenous innovations related to the Vernacular architecture. Using qualitative research and participatory observation. Using unstructured interview. Qualitative data were analyzed and presented findings descriptive analysis. Data were analyzed by analysis map analysis and comparative analysis. The results showed that Vernacular Architecture with exposed pole gable roof form and lean shape, Filtration barrier wall with plastic. Rectangle shaped floor plan by placing the worktop in longitudinal along to the solar orientation to provide shade while working. Identity and Indigenous to be effective, including: 1) Select a location that is convenient for transportation. 2) Set the Vernacular Architecture along to the solar orientation, In order to stand a little sunshine, well ventilated 3 ) Shape longitudinal include a 1x2 or 2x3 span if a mounted home type will be larger than 1x5 span. 4) Place the counter in longitudinal to avoid the sun, provides a plastic windshield and can see the lotus field and visitors easily. 5) Leave the ground plane using bamboo, wood or cement to drain well, Cleaness and 6) Creating a representative of the house and create the area for the interaction of the family to learn cultural life.
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