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Architecture In Laos

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Architecture In Laos

Laos is a country located in Southeast Asia that is known for its unique architecture. Its buildings are a unique combination of French colonial-era influences and traditional Laotian styles. The most common architectural style seen in Laos is the stilted houses, which are usually constructed of wood and are raised off the ground for protection from flooding. These homes are typically decorated with intricate carvings and detailed roof designs. The interior of these houses is also decorated with traditional textiles and wooden furniture. Other common architectural styles seen in Laos include Buddhist temples, pagodas, and French-style villas. All of these architectural styles reflect the country's long and complex history.

Architecture, Laos, French Colonial, Traditional, Stilted Houses.

Charles Windsor

CITATION : "Charles Windsor. 'Architecture In Laos.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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