2 edition of Architectures of Nigeria found in the catalog.
Architectures of Nigeria
Includes bibliographical references (p. 121-122) and index.
|LC Classifications||NA1599.N5 C37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||95218619|
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This book describes the traditional architectures of the western half of Nigeria, covering the huge area from the Hausa people of the north to the Yoruba people of the south. It therefore shows the many fascinating building styles and methods of the many peoples of this area - from savanna to forest.
Architectures of Nigeria: architectures of the Hausa and Yoruba peoples and of the many people between--tradition and modernization. Summary: This work describes the traditional architectures of the western half of Nigeria, covering the huge area from the Hausa people of the north to.
The book is quite large and is illustrated with dozens of black and white photographs of several different styles of Igbo traditional residential buildings from various cultural realms in south eastern Nigeria. There is ample information given for the form, techniques, and symbolism of the different building styles exhibited in the book.4/5(1).
The book is a compilation of some of the selected works of members of the Association with the aim of showcasing the achievements that have been made so far in Nigerian Architecture. It is the first book that details projects by architects and would play a major role in preserving and documenting Nigeria’s architecture, especially in this.
Architecture and the Modern Style (with the Interna-tional Architectures of Nigeria book, the New West African Style and the Post-Modern Trend). There is a very weak link between the Historical Style (including Traditional Architecture), and contemporary modern architecture of Nigeria.
The Historical Style re-veals how architects can draw inspiration from histori. Architecture in Northern Nigeria In Northern Nigeria, two styles of architecture have been identified in the area of housing in the traditional setting.
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nigerian traditional architecture: what is it. Posted by jonathanadewumi on Tradition is the act of transmitting or handing down or fact of being handed down, from one to another; from generation to generation, transmission of statements, beliefs, rules, customs or the like especially by word of mouth or by practice.
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In Nigeria today, many traditional buildings and monuments of historical importance built during the pre-colonial and early colonial era have virtually disappeared from our landscape.
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John Edmonston Brent was the first black professional architect in Buffalo, New York. His father, Calvin Brent, was the son of a slave and was himself the first black architect in Washington, D.C, where John was born.
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The scope of the Collection is international, covering the arts from prehistory through the contemporary period. The holdings are remarkably rich for scholarship as a result of the original bequests from the Astor and Lenox collections, and other generous g: Nigeria. Nigeria (nījĬr´ēə), officially Federal Republic of Nigeria, republic ( est.
pop. ,),sq mi (, sq km), W borders on the Gulf of Guinea (an arm of the Atlantic Ocean) in the south, on Benin in the west, on Niger in the northwest and north, on Chad in the northeast, and on Cameroon in the east.