alexa Built Form and Culture: Italian Transnational Houses in Australia

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Built Form and Culture: Italian Transnational Houses in Australia

This research study builds upon the literature that seeks to explore the ways in which migrant groups influence the form of their vernacular houses in their host societies. The particular objective of this investigation is to use the insights of cross-cultural studies to explore the ways in which first generation Italian migrants in Brisbane have influenced the form of their self-built trans-national single detached house in the post-WWII period and what were the keyfactors behind, and results of, this influence.....Read more...

 

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