A Bibliography on Vernacular Architecture - Edited by Robert de Zouche HallDavid & Charles, 1972, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Very Good+ - in Very Good+ DJ. Very slightly ruffled edges of DJ, notable mainly at the head of the spine. Top edges of text block slightly spotted. A very pleasant copy overall.
From the cover: “Vernacular architecture, the scientific study of regional building characteristics, has only recently been recognised as a distinct branch of architectural history. Its beginnings in Britain were linked to the foundation of the Vernacular Architecture Group in 1952 which drew together specialists and enthusiasts from a number of disciplines. As more buildings of regional character are allowed to decay or are demolished to make way for new developments, the need to record and preserve the architectural heritage in the light of established standards becomes a joint task for planners and conservationists.”