Monuments&Sites V - Vernacular architecture / Architecture vernaculaire / Arquitectura vernacula.

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Contents

- Preface / Préface / Prefacio
- The history of CIAV, Christoph Machat
- About the Charter on the Built Vernacular Heritage, Kirsti Kovanen
- Charter on the Built Vernacular Heritage
- Charte du Patrimoine Bâti Vernaculaire
- Carta del Patrimonio Vernáculo Construido

Vernacular architecture and its conservation in different countries

- Australia: An Australian hybrid: The Gardiner House, French Island, Miles Lewis
- Canada: Hawthorne Cottage and Maison Trestler, Marc de Caraffe
- Costa Rica: Cuatro Casas, Erick Chaves
- Cuba: Vivienda Calle 35 y Villa Elena, Cienfuegos, Irán Millán Cuetara
- Denmark: Stone buildings in Greenland 1830-1915, Sören Vadstrup
- Finland: Conservation of built vernacular heritage in rural and urban areas, Kirsti Kovanen
- Great Britain: Ty-Mawr, Peter Smith - Greece: Re-use of a vernacular mansion complex in the medieval castle of Naxos, Marikitta Diamantopoulou and Orestis Vavatsioulas
- Japan: Four Houses, Naomi Okawa
- Lithuania: Two Houses, Dale Puodziukiene
- Mexico: Influencias de la arquitectura y el espacio prehispánico en el hábitat vernáculo actual, Francisco Javier López Morales
- Mexico: La Troje: tipología de vivienda purepecha, Berenice Aguilar and Valeria Prieto
- Mexico: Casas de tierra en Solaga, Oaxaca, Ada Avendano Enciso
- Netherlands: Building tradition in the Netherlands, Ellen L. van Olst
- The Philippines: The Filipino bahay cubo, where form does not necessarily follow function, Augusto Villalón
- Romania: Problems of physical deterioration on vernacular buildings in Transylvania - Râsca village and open-air museum "Astra", Sibiu - a comparative study, Ioana Tanasescu
- Slovak Republik: Peasant house in Suchán n° 7, Gabriela Habánová
- Spain: Arquitectura tradicional en Castilla y León, Felix Benito Martin
- Switzerland: Granaries in Switzerland, Max Gschwend

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