Vernacular, local, mysticism, concept, sustainability.
Architecture | Arts and Humanities | Education | Engineering
The key purpose of this paper concerns the definition of vernacular architecture in third millennium; a topic which gives the impression of confusion from the beginning when it was a word in the book of Rudofsky. In redefining this term, supplementary conceptual issue will need to be focused briefly and the role of classification will need to be more generally because of an inextricably linked between these two matters. It may seem strange to raise such a basic question again about "What is vernacular architecture?"; because, up till now, it needs to be addressed. There has been a major revitalization of interest in vernacular architecture, indicated by an ever increasing number of conferences, meetings, exhibitions and publications dealing with this subject. So far, strangely, the nature of what is being deliberated has been taken as self-evident and not tackled. There has been no reconsideration of what vernacular is, no definition either of the domain broadly or the subject matter specifically. During the discussion, this paper includes some design approaches and processes to clarify the technique which can be used to achieve an architectural building design addressed by vernacularism.
"RE-DEFINING VERNACULAR ARCHITECTUREIN THIRD MILLENNIUM,"
Architecture and Planning Journal (APJ): Vol. 22
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bau.edu.lb/apj/vol22/iss1/6