Vernacular strategies

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Term or phrase Vernacular design strategies
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Notes The idea of relying on historical solutions for designing architectural solutions that are environmentally sound. Example: the design of Adobe huts to accommodate dwellers in desert settings. Discussed during a broadcast of On Point with Tom Ashbrook, "Is High Heat the New Normal", on 22 July 2011. Referenced by guest Matt Fajkus, professor at U-Texas School of Architecture
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Resource description Is High Heat the New Normal? - OnPoint podcast with Tom Ashbrook, 7/22/2011
Resource url http://onpoint.wbur.org/2011/07/22/high-heat
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