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This paper provides an in depth analysis of the architecture of the ancient Chinese Hakka culture that persists in contemporary times, dwellings known as tulou. How the tulou reflect the intense interface between culture and design is the focus of the analysis, including how form, function and materials of the tulou reflect the culture and lifestyle of the Hakka.
From the Paper:"In his essay "Design and Avant-postmodernism", Francois Burkhardt argues that the relation between form, function and material must be interpreted in a cultural perspective taking account of contemporary lifestyles and aspirations in Thakara. Perhaps the earthly structures known as tulou common to the Hakka people of Southern China most clearly reflect the interface of culture and design. Interface is defined as a common boundary or interconnection between systems, equipment, concepts or human beings. The Hakka architecture known as tulou clearly exhibit a strong degree of..."
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Hakka Architecture (2008, December 01) Retrieved September 30, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/hakka-architecture-125558/
"Hakka Architecture" 01 December 2008. Web. 30 September. 2023. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/hakka-architecture-125558/>