I would describe the native Taloctoc house as extremely simple.
It is composed of one small square usually measuring around 14 X 14 to 20 X 20 floor areas. If I were to compare it to houses now, then it would be a hut.
This would be elevated and made up of bamboo and coconut lumber. The roof would be composed of nipa leaves or cogon.
Since the floor is made up of bamboo slits, one could peep below where chickens and other farming materials are housed.
Observe the background and you could visualize how a Kalinga hut looks like.
It has two doors on both sides and therefore, there is nor need for windows as the two doors in such a small area were enough to provide sufficient ventilation. What more the holes from the rattan woven walls add to the fresh air.
There would be a small veranda where visitors are received. A stairs made up of wood, served as the access of people to the house.