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A STUDY ON THE UTILIZATION OF THE JAPANESE STYLE HOUSES ON QING-TIAN STREET AS WELL AS THEIR EXTENSION AND REMODELING AFTER THE JAPANESE COLONIAL PERIOD
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
By examining the changes of the utilization and spatial allocation of the living space in Japanese-style houses, the analysis indicates that the houses were extended or remodeled by Taiwanese residents to adapt them to not only the effect of modernization but also to the Taiwanese lifestyle. In addition, since the style of Taiwanese houses have some differences from the Japanese's, some places are likely to be extended or remodeled, but others are actually preserved. Thus it means somedoi:10.3130/aija.73.1189 fatcat:tswkopyx7rcvzc27fembnnnvwa