Archive for agritecture
“Ontario’s 19th century vernacular [Vernacular architecture is a category of architecture based on local needs and construction materials, and reflecting local traditions] is beyond recovery, however much it is craved. Awareness cannot be un-invented in an informed, interactive society.”
-Michael J. Troughton. Vernacular Architecture in Ontario; Industrial Vernacular
The Bank Barn is not decorated but “pleasantly designed”.
– Donald Berg, Author. American country Building Design
“Farming keeps man honest, vigorous, and independent”
-James S. Ackerman, Architect. Vila:Form & Ideology of Country Houses