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Published by Vastuvidyapratishthanam Academic Centre in Kozhikode .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Kerala.,
  • Kerala

Subjects:

  • Dwellings -- India -- Kerala.,
  • Vernacular architecture -- India -- Kerala.,
  • Vāstu -- India -- Kerala.,
  • Architectural drawing -- India -- Kerala -- Detailing.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAshalatha Thampuran.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNA1507.K45 T43 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 260 p. :
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3716565M
LC Control Number2003323561

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  Traditional architectural forms of malabar coast. Vastuvidyaprathistanam, Calicut Vladan, D.́ (). Morphology and typology as a unique discourse of research.   Ashalatha Thampuran, Traditional Architectural Forms of Malabar Coast, Vastuvidyapratishthanam Academic Centre, 3. V.S. Pramar, Haveli – Wooden Houses and Mansions of Gujarat, Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad, 4. Traditional architectural forms of Malabar Coast. Kozhikode: Vastuvidyapratishthanam Academic Centre. Thampuran, D. A. (). Thiruvanathapuram: Monograph of Heritage Building. INAE - Indian Naional Academy of Engineering. Tillotson, G. H. (). The tradition of Indian architecture: Controversy and change in Indian architecture since Some of the most impressive buildings of the Muslim settlers are preserved in the ancient port of Calicut in Kerala, but in other towns, such as Cochin and Goa, there are other monuments, which when studied together underline the architectural prin­ ciples of the settlers of Malabar —• an architecture different in many aspects from that of the rest of the subcontinent.