Bahay Kubo or Nipa Hut is the native house of the Philippines, constructed to easily adapt to the tropical climate. It is a type of stilt house made of bamboo and nipa. The name bahay kubo is based on the Spanish word, cubo, meaning cube, because of its basic framework and bahay - the Filipino word for house. This traditional structure is still seen in rural areas. Through time, Bahay Kubo remains as one of the most recognized icons of the Philippines and reflects Filipino values and identity.
One layer screen print on acid free cardstock.
8 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Signed and numbered.
Screen printed in San Francisco.