Vernacular architecture: “I was driving through a remote valley in Norway and came across these nine old milkmaid huts clustered on a mountainside. They were extraordinary and caught my attention right away. When I travel in general, I try to look at the seemingly 'undesigned' structures that are everywhere. Sheds, barns, storage buildings, dwellings, warehouses — these can demonstrate so much about the character and climate of a place because they’re usually reduced to their most essential elements and constructed with a simplicity of materials and details that is tested over time.”
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Vernacular architecture: “I was driving through a remote valley in Norway and came across these nine old milkmaid huts clustered on a mountainside. They were extraordinary and caught my attention right away. When I travel in general, I try to look at the seemingly 'undesigned' structures that are everywhere. Sheds, barns, storage buildings, dwellings, warehouses — these can demonstrate so much about the character and climate of a place because they’re usually reduced to their most essential elements and constructed with a simplicity of materials and details that is tested over time.”