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Heeren Carved Wood Screen

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Destination: Malacca, Malaysia

Who would want a white picket fence when you could have one that looked like this? Known as pintu pagar in Baba Malay, the language of the Chinese Peranakans (also called Baba-Nyonya), ornately carved door fences like these were often seen outside shophouses and homes built in what’s called the “Straits Eclectic” style. Heeren Street, one of the prettiest in Malacca, is where many of these old shophouses can be found.


With average temperatures between 75 and 89 degrees, architecture in the Malay Archipelago has traditionally been dictated by the weather. The first native dwellings made use of such heat-combating features as rais... Read More

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1.25 x 3.1 ft

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