Maisons-au-Burkina-Faso ; un ornement comme peau

Maisons peintes au Burkina Faso

Kashan Boroujerdi House, Iran

Boroujedi-ha Mansion Site and climate The building is located in the historical part of Kashan/Iran.

Windcatcher(بادگیر‎ ),is a traditional Persian architectural element to create natural ventilation in buildings. Windcatchers come in various designs: uni-directional, bi-directional, and multidirectional. Windcatchers remain present in many countries and can be found in traditional Persian-influenced architecture throughout the Middle East. Yazd,Iran

This is a wind tower in Yazd, Iran. Also called a windcatcher or Badgir in Farsi, wind towers create natural ventilation in buildings and are traditional Persian-influenced architecture throughout the Middle East. by Vincos

Toposa villages: "From Kapoeta it is possible to visit the Toposa villages and, if you are interested either in anthropology or the developments of the Second Civil War, it is highly recommended that you do so. Look out for the round, thatched huts, vibrantly coloured textiles and beautiful strings of beads." South Sudan: The Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Toposa granaries - The Toposa are one of the biggest tribal groups living in the south eastern border area of South Sudan.

Musgum Houses, Cameroon | See More Pictures | #SeeMorePictures

Building a Musgum House in Cameroon. Musgum earth home, a traditional home of the Musgum people in Far North, Cameroon, Africa

mudsgum earth home, Cameroon | Africa

Building a Musgum House in Cameroon. Musgum earth home, a traditional home of the Musgum people in Far North, Cameroon, Africa

Grainery, with ground entrance for the chicken that helps remove bug pests. The royal court Tiébélé, Burkina Faso

Tiébélé, Burkino Faso (the original pin said "Single Apartment, but I'm wondering if this was actually a grain silo")

Iraqi reed houses. "They made columns from the thick, giant rushes and gather 30-40 of them together to make pillars, and interweave them for a skeleton frame. They added reed mats, and even the decoration on the front of the homes is fancy lattice work made of the reeds. There's no glass, no nails, no wood." Even the islands the houses rest on are made of compacted mud and rushes.

The Floating Basket Homes of Iraq. Found in wetlands in Southern Iraq where people were known as the Ma’dan or ‘Arabs of the marsh’.

Les ronds en tatouage *_*

South Sudan/Ethiopia - Nyangatom man with special scarification, which means he has killed a lot of enemies

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