Housing Design Assessment for Bush Communities

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Tangentyere Council, 1993 - Aboriginal Australians - 185 pages
Extract from a report prepared for the Tangentyere Council and the Northern Territory Department of Lands and Housing; study was made on housing needs of Aboriginal people living in remote locations and how the people used the houses; how different cultures see houses was important, for example Aboriginals lived around the house rather than in it, spaces are used in different ways, no fixed function rooms such as kitchens, as cooking is usually done outside.

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