Hammond's Bungalow (C/N)

A bungalow is a type of house that has varied meaning across the world, though common features include being detached, low-rise, and the use of verandas. The term originated in India, which ultimately derives from the Hindi word for “house in the Bengal style.” Such houses were traditionally small, with only one story and a wide veranda. The English word came into use from 1696 through English sailors working for the East India Company, and later came to be used for the spacious homes of officials of the British Raj. Elsewhere, the word came to be associated with high status and had exotic connotations.

John Hammond had a private bungalow on Isla Nublar.