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Journal TitleArchitecture Ireland
Article TitleThe utility and aesthetics of landscape: a case study of Irish vernacular architecture
AuthorMcMenamin, Deirdre ; Sheridan, Dougal
DateFebruary / March 2014
Contentphotos, sketches, text
Note(s)Irish vernacular architecture is understood as sites of human ingenuity revealing the agency, resourcefulness and adaptability of its creators, rather than from the aesthetic view as vernacular typologies sitting scenically in a landscape.
Subject(s)vernacular architecture ; topography ; landscape
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