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Neo-Vernacular


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Architecture that drew on brick, tile, and other traditional materials and even on vernacular forms in a general reaction against International Modernism in the 1960s and 1970s. It was called the Neo-Shingle style or the Shed Aesthetic in the USA.

Jencks (1988)

Subjects: Architecture.


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