Process Architecture 15: Indigenous Settlements in Southwest Asia

Process Architecture 15 (1980) analyses the architectural solutions in indigenous settlements in Southwest Asia.

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Process Architecture 15 (Process Architecture Publishing Co, 1980) analyses the architectural solutions in indigenous settlements in Southwest Asia. The contributions are by Koji Yagi, Kulbshan Jain, Hemant Naik, Mayank Shah, Geoffrey Payne, Ahmet Ertuǧ, and A. A. Sultan. The essays analyse the conditions of the human environment in general, tribal communities in India, nomadic movements and settlements of the Rabari people of Kutch, the typology of the Miri Longhouse in Assam, Syrian housing, and the divine proportions in Islamic architecture, to name a few.

The texts are in Japanese and English. The articles have been richly illustrated with photographs and architectural drawings.

The copy in our stock is in nice condition. The pages are clean without any markings, but there is age-related yellow toning on their edges. The glueing of the binding is  fine. The covers show some shelf wear and fading.

Weight 730 g
Dimensions 22.4 × 22.4 × 1.3 cm
Author(s)

A. A. Sultan, Ahmet Ertuǧ, Geoffrey Payne, Hemant Naik, Koji Yagi, Kulbshan Jain, Mayank Shah

Editor(s)

Koji Yagi

Publisher

Process Architecture Publishing Co

Publishing year

1980

Language

,

Images

b&w & colour photos, drawings

Binding

Magazine

Condition

Number of pages

164

ISBN

0-89860-041-3