Journal Article

Architecture and vernacular architecture


Vernacular Architecture has reached its 50th year, and during that time has established itself as the leading UK journal devoted to the study of traditional buildings. This collection of short essays looks back at how the subject has changed, the extent to which it has responded to or helped shape new thinking, and the challenges students of vernacular buildings face in the light of new expectations, scholarly debate and the fast-moving science of dating.

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Vellinga, Marcel

Oxford Brookes departments

School of Architecture


Year of publication: 2019
Date of RADAR deposit: 2019-11-20

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This RADAR resource is Part of Vernacular Architecture at 50: Towards the study of buildings in context. Vernacular Architecture, vol. 50, no. 1 / edited by Martin Cherry and Adrian Green.


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