What is the main reason for Thai traditional house to raise the floor in high level?
Traditional Thai houses have been built with an elevated ground floor to avoid flooding. When the water rises, the elevated floor helps protect the living space from not only water but also the many creatures which come with the flooding.
What are the three architectural designs classification of Thailand?
Indented corners (Thai architecture) Mondop. Prang (architecture) Prasat (Thai architecture)
Are houses on stilts safe?
Homes built on stilts or pilings can sustain damage even without exposure to storm surge and flooding. Admittedly, much of the damage to stilts or pilings we see is because of repeated water exposure, but there are other causes. The two primary types of stilts found in our area are pressure treated wood or concrete.
What is Thailand architecture?
Characteristics of Thai architecture include steeply-sloping tile roofs with up turned edges, open air spaces and lush gardens. Stupas are bell-shaped, similar to the Sri-Lankan style. Sometimes Thai architecture is best appreciated for its details.