5 edition of Vernacular architecture in the Codroy Valley found in the catalog.
Vernacular architecture in the Codroy Valley
Richard Paul MacKinnon
|Series||Mercury series. Paper / History Division -- 52., Mercury series -- no. 52.|
|Contributions||Canadian Museum of Civilization., Canadian Museum of Civilization. History Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
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MacKinnon, Richard P. "Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley: Local and External Influences on the Development of a Building Tradition." McNaughton, Janet E. "The Role of the Newfoundland Midwife in Traditional Health Care, to " Rieti, Barbara G. "Newfoundland Fairy Traditions: A Study in Narrative and Belief." Taylor. Richard Paul MacKinnon has written: 'Vernacular architecture in the Codroy Valley' -- subject(s): Social life and customs, Vernacular architecture Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights What has.
Key Words: Vernacular, Architecture, Sustainable model, rural settlements, ity, Heritage 1. INTRODUCTION Vernacular architecture is a category of architecture based on local needs and construction materials, and reflecting local traditions. The ‘vernacular’, in India, denotes low cost, traditional village and small town. Log Architecture on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: Cultural Borrowing and Adaptation Richard MacKinnon University College of Cape Breton This paper is a part of a larger study of the vernacular architecture of the Codroy Valley, southwestern Newfoundland (MacKinnon). In order to understand fully some of the origins of the architectural.
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The s mark another change in the architecture of the Codroy Valley: the arrival of mass housing. Put simply, mass housing is architecture for the masses, the buildings designed for the middle class, or the majority of a Vernacular architecture in the Codroy Valley book.
This book relates the story of a small Newfoundland community, as told through its buildings. From the addition of a kitchen to the construction of a new house, the way people build and change their homes says a great deal about their histories and daily lives, and the author’s insights on the stories told in the architecture of the Codroy Valley are sure to encourage readers to look at Cited by: 1.
"Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley is the story of a small Newfoundland community as told through its buildings. From adding on a kitchen to constructing a completely new house, the way people build and change their homes says a great deal about their lives, past and present.
Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley is the story of a small Newfoundland community as told through its buildings. From adding on a kitchen to constructing a new house, the way people build and change their homes says a great deal about their lives, past and : Richard MacKinnon.
This thesis examines the vernacular architecture tradition of one region of Canada, the Codroy Valley, Newfoundland, and is based on a wide range of both field and archival materials. The important factors in the development of this building tradition were: cultural antecedents, economics, international fashion, mass housing and local : Richard Paul MacKinnon.
Vernacular Architecture (Material Culture): Glassie, Henry: : Books/5(4). 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/5.
Together with Richard MacKinnon’s Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley (Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Civilization, ) and Robert Mellin’s Tilting: House Launching, Slide Hauling, Potato Trenching, and Other Tales from a Newfoundland Fishing Village (New York: Princeton Architectural Press, ), there is now ample evidence that vernacular studies can enrich our.
Vernacular Architecture - Henry Glassie - Google Books Based on thirty-five years of fieldwork, Glassie's Vernacular Architecture synthesizes a career of concern with traditional building.5/5(1).
Vernacular architecture, the simplest form of addressing human needs, is seemingly forgotten in modern r, due to recent.
Vernacular architecture is a broad, grassroots concept which encompasses fields of architectural study including aboriginal, indigenous, ancestral, rural, and ethnic architecture and is contrasted with the more intellectual architecture called polite, formal, or academic architecture just as folk art.
Habitat: Vernacular Architecture for a Changing Planet, edited by Sandra Piesik – review This compelling survey of houses built in harmony with. Learning from vernacular architecture: sustainability and cultural conformity B. Kazimee School of Architecture & Construction Management, Washington State University, USA Abstract The paper will illustrate the identification of principles that will provide important insights and lessons for those that are involved in the development of.
•Vernacular architecture is a category of architecture, based on localized needs and construction material, and reflecting local traditions. All forms of vernacular architecture are built to meet specific needs, accommodating the values, economies and ways of.
Books shelved as vernacular-architecture: Encyclopedia Of Vernacular Architecture Of The World by Paul Oliver, Dwellings:: The Vernacular House World Wid. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Encyclopedia of vernacular architecture of the world by Oliver, Paul,Cambridge University Press edition, in EnglishCited by: There are two guest houses influenced in design and aesthetic by the vernacular architecture of rural Newfoundland and Labrador.
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In The Area. The Codroy Valley Area is a Scenic place and offers many natural area attractions with all the amenities you will need during your stay. When you arrive on site we will provide you with a map of the Codroy Valley with.
Richard MacKinnon is Editor-in-Chief of Material Culture Review, the author of numerous articles in respected journals and of Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley (Canadian Museum of Civilization, ).
In his role as Canada Research Chair. Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley. Ottawa: National Museum of Civilization. Cape Breton Come All Ye: A Book of Come-All-Ye of Cape Breton and NewfoundlandAuthor: Richard Mackinnon.Vernacular architecture is, by its definition, aim and structure, the most integrated architectural form in communion with the environment.
Two important traces of vernacular architecture can be resources for contemporary architecture: the deep respect and perfect communion with the natural environment the perfect relation and understanding of Author: E.
Creang, I. Ciotoiu, D. Gheorghiu, G. Nash. Richard MacKinnon is Editor-in-Chief of Material Culture Review, the author of numerous articles in respected journals and of Vernacular Architecture in the Codroy Valley (Canadian Museum of Civilization, ).
In his role as Canada Research : Richard MacKinnon.