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Title: Vernacular Architecture and Landscape History: the Legacy of 'The Rebuilding of Rural England' and 'The Making of the English Landscape'.
Authors: Dyer, Christopher
First Published: 2006
Publisher: Maney Publishing on behalf of the Vernacular Architecture Group.
Citation: Vernacular Architecture, 2006, 37, pp. 24-32.
Abstract: W. G. Hoskins, writing in the 1950s, developed the new subject of landscape history, and regarded buildings as an essential part of the historic landscape. Since then there has been some separation between architectural and landscape studies. This article advocates their reconnection, and in particular urges those studying buildings to set their work in a landscape context. A framework is proposed, in which houses are located in plots, settlements, territories and regions.
DOI Link: 10.1179/174962906X158228
ISSN: 0305-5477
Type: Article
Rights: This is the author's final draft of the paper published as Vernacular Architecture, 2006, 37, pp. 24-32. The final version is available from http://www. (online journal); (journal homepage). Doi: 10.1179/174962906X158228
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