Interior design: The interior design in traditional baba-nyonya's residential house in Malacca from 19th to 20th centuries

Xu Jin, (2007) Interior design: The interior design in traditional baba-nyonya's residential house in Malacca from 19th to 20th centuries. Masters thesis, Universiti Malaysia Sabah.

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Abstract

The subject of traditional Baba's residential interior is many faceted and reflects the long continuous cultural development throughout the nearly several hundred years of Baba-Nyonya's history. It is perhaps because the notion of interior decoration is combine the West and Eastern style in their concept that the subject has not been approached with any comprehensive study to date. Perhaps, too, it is because the romantically idealized view if a traditional Baba-Nyonya's interior differs so vastly from that of the general Baba-Nyonya's populace. A focused study of the Baba-Nyonya's interior design aspects embraces the important relationships that is related to the development of this community, and the decorative accessories in a Baba-Nyonya's home. This introductory survey will touch upon these various factors such as furniture development, foreign influence and decorative accessories to understand better how traditional Baba-Nyonya's interiors fit into the concept of interior design.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Baba-Nyonya, cultural development, foreign influence, decorative accessory, furniture development
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NK Decorative arts Applied arts Decoration and ornament
Divisions: SCHOOL > School of Arts Studies
Depositing User: MDM SITI AZIZAH IDRIS
Date Deposited: 21 Aug 2013 07:09
Last Modified: 11 Oct 2017 09:14
URI: http://eprints.ums.edu.my/id/eprint/6798

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