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CENTRAL NIGERIA

@inproceedings{Muhammad2015CENTRALN,
  title={CENTRAL NIGERIA},
  author={Isa Bala Muhammad and Ismail Said},
  year={2015}
}
Vernacular architecture has been a subject of interest by scholars in different fields, views and perspectives. Some of such studies are on material, climate, morphology cultural behaviour and spatial needs of the people. The inclination of this research is on cultural behaviour and the use of space. This is because people’s cultural behaviour forms the foundation of vernacular architecture. However, most scholarly interests are focused on major ethnic groups with little interest on the… Expand
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