Vernacular architecture: “These were used during summers up until the 1960s and appear to be growing out of the boulders and moss covering the slope above the road. The rough-hewn stone, weathered boards, and birch-bark and grass-sod roof combine to provide a striking visual texture perfectly in harmony with their surroundings. There are lessons in these structures that can then be applied to more complex buildings.”
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Vernacular architecture: “These were used during summers up until the 1960s and appear to be growing out of the boulders and moss covering the slope above the road. The rough-hewn stone, weathered boards, and birch-bark and grass-sod roof combine to provide a striking visual texture perfectly in harmony with their surroundings. There are lessons in these structures that can then be applied to more complex buildings.”