Rumah adat are traditional houses built in any of the vernacular architecture styles of Indonesia. The traditional houses and settlements of the several hundreds ethnic groups of Indonesia are extremely varied and all have their own specific history.
What kind of homes are there in Indonesia?
These are ten of traditional houses in Indonesia you should see in Indonesia.
- The long houses from Dayak.
- The Gadang House of Minangkabau, West Sumatra.
- The houses of the Batak.
- The houses of the Toraja.
- Rumah Panggung from Jambi.
- Joglo house.
- Candi Gapura Bentar House from Bali.
- Rumah Limas from South Sumatra.
What is Batak house?
A traditional Batak Toba house is a rectangular building on stilts, which can be accessed by wooden steps from the ground. Typical of a Batak Toba house is the steeply rising roof with eaves. The huge roof is in the shape of a saddleback with sharply projecting gables.
What are types of houses?
Types of houses by building
- Single-family homes. Single-family homes are what you think of as your regular old house. …
- Multifamily homes. Multifamily homes, on the other hand, are meant to house more than one family or a group of people. …
- Apartments. …
- Townhouses. …
- Condos. …
- Co-ops. …
- Mansions and McMansions. …
What are houses made from in India?
Homes in rural areas of India are usually made of clay, cement, mud or a mixture of those things. Designs have evolved so that the structure and style of a home is perfect for the climate and terrain the community lives in, whether it’s mountainous, dry or marshy.