Stilt Houses in the Gulf of Mexico
viewed close up by boat, U.S.A.
Stilt houses in Pasco County represent
Florida history, coastal tradition
Amish Beach Houses, U.S.A.
Stilt Houses Village, Far East
Papua New Guinea, exploring a village (Koki)
with houses on stilts
Myanmar 2012: Tour with leg rowed boat
through Maing Thauk, stilt house village
Amazing Kampong Khleang stilt house village,
Venice of Africa!
Ganvie Stilt Village in Benin
Nzulezo (Nzulzu) village,
Lake Tadane, Ghana
Phang Nga Province, Thailand
Bajau Laut: Sea Gypsies,
Das Pfahlbaumuseum in Unteruhldingen (Bodensee)
Join us on a journey through the Stone Age and Bronze Age at the Pfahlbau Museum in Unteruhldingen, Lake Constance, Germany
Il Museo delle Palafitte del Lago di Ledro,
Trentino Alto Adige, Italy
John May and Anthony Reid: "Buildings without Architects: A Global Guide to Everyday Architecture", Press Limited-Rizzoli, 2000.
A wonderfully informative reference on vernacular styles, from adobe pueblos and Pennsylvania barns to Mongolian yurts and Indonesian stilt houses.
This small but comprehensive book documents the rich cultural past of vernacular building styles, from Irish sod houses to sub-Saharan wattle-and-daub huts and redwoods treehouses. It offers inspiration for home woodworking enthusiasts as well as architects, conservationists, and anyone interested in energy-efficient building and sustainability. The variety and ingenuity of the world’s vernacular building traditions are richly illustrated, and the materials and techniques are explored. With examples from every continent, the book documents the diverse methods people have used to create shelter from locally available natural materials, and shows the impressively handmade finished products through diagrams, cross-sections, and photographs. Unlike modern buildings that rely on industrially produced materials and specialized tools and techniques, the everyday architecture featured here represents a rapidly disappearing genre of handcrafted and beautifully composed structures that are irretrievably "of their place." These structures are the work of unsung and often anonymous builders that combine artistic beauty, practical form, and necessity.
Wikipedia: "Stilt house".