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  • Title: Vernacular Architecture
  • Author: Henry Glassie
  • ISBN: 9780253337566
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Based on 35 years of fieldwork, Vernacular Architecture synthesizes a career of concern with traditional building Henry Glassie articulates the key principles of architectural analysis then, centering his argument in the United States but drawing comparative examples from many locations in Europe and Asia, he shows how architecture can be a prime resource for someone wriBased on 35 years of fieldwork, Vernacular Architecture synthesizes a career of concern with traditional building Henry Glassie articulates the key principles of architectural analysis then, centering his argument in the United States but drawing comparative examples from many locations in Europe and Asia, he shows how architecture can be a prime resource for someone writing a democratic and comprehensive history.
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    Henry Glassie Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Vernacular Architecture book, this is one of the most wanted Henry Glassie author readers around the world.

    Indian vernacular architecture Indian vernacular architecture the informal, functional architecture of structures, often in rural areas of India, built of local materials and designed to meet the needs of the local people The builders of these structures are unschooled in formal architectural design and their work reflects the rich diversity of India s climate, locally available building materials, and the intricate Vernacular Architecture Material Culture Henry Glassie Vernacular Architecture Material Culture Henry Glassie on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Based on thirty five years of fieldwork, Glassie s Vernacular Architecture synthesizes a career of concern with traditional building He articulates the key principles of architectural analysis Vernacular Architecture in the British Isles Vernacular architecture The mass of the population before the Industrial Revolution worked the land Until c. most lived in houses not expected to last than a lifetime. VAG The Vernacular Architecture Group The Vernacular Architecture Group was formed in to further the study of traditional buildings, originally those of the British Isles In recent years, its membership and publications have also reflected a growing interest in buildings from other parts of the world. California Crazy and Beyond Roadside Vernacular California Crazy and Beyond Roadside Vernacular Architecture Jim Heimann on FREE shipping on qualifying offers In , Los Angeles historian Jim Heimann wrote a book about the oddball roadside architecture that has dotted the American landscape since the advent of the auto Published by Chronicle Books as California Crazy Vernacular Definition of Vernacular by Merriam Webster Recent Examples on the Web Noun Bonfire also illustrated Wolfe s keen ear for the vernacular, with different characters voicing the now famous New York City refrain, fuhgedaboudit Ben Zimmer, The Atlantic, The Lexicon of Tom Wolfe, May In expanding the architecture, we were inspired by the traditional Cycladic design vernacular, from the whitewashed walls to the raw stone The Search for Vernacular Architecture of Asia, Part Join us in the Search for Vernacular Architecture of Asia and learn key concepts to better understand your own local built environment. Vernacular Architecture Forum VAF Annual Meeting VAF will take us back east to the Washington, DC region for A Shared Heritage Urban and Rural Experience on the Banks of the Potomac, May , . The Potomac River serves as the boundary between Maryland and Virginia, creating a cultural landscape that is simultaneously divided and shared. Spanish architecture Spanish architecture refers to architecture carried out in any area in what is now Spain, and by Spanish architects worldwide The term includes buildings within the current geographical limits of Spain before this name was given to those territories whether they were called Iberia, Hispania, Al Andalus or were formed of several Christian kingdoms Due to its historical and geographical outhouses The Missouri Folklore Society Missouri Outhouses Another form of vernacular, utilitarian architecture, and the focal point of much humor, especially as the presence or absence of outhouses comes to be seen as distinguishing poor from rich, backward from progressive, and elder from younger generations, or


    Commentaires:

    Theeng
    Henry Glassie is considered the father of the study of vernacular architecture. Having heard that his early books are tedious, detailed examinations of buildings, I am surprised at how casually written (no footnotes!) and broad this is. He argues that the definition of vernacular architecture should be expanded beyond "folk" housing, but the examples he includes hardly support his assertion. At one point he notes that industrial production exaggerates the characteristics of vernacular architectu [...]

    Azimuth
    I agree with the historical account of how we progressed from community to individual life, which seemingly does pair with the move from sacred to secular. And I agree that the lack of community, which is still prevalent in say Italy, is a detriment to our lives today. However, I would argue that what we have lost in community we have made up for many times over with other gains. And so I would argue that Glassie is to opposed to the path we have taken out of principal, without truly weighting a [...]

    Isaac Timm
    Glasse sometime wonders a bit, but his book has a lot of good solid information.

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