4 edition of guide to Icelandic architecture found in the catalog.
guide to Icelandic architecture
James Tyler Kent
|Statement||[authors Dennis JØhannesson ... [et al.]].|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
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These abodes were in essence timber houses, methodologically based upon the longhouse designs of Norway, Sweden, Denmark and the Scottish Isles, but adjusted to specific Icelandic conditions.
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As a result, grass- and turf-covered houses were on, the Swiss chalet style became a prevailing influence in Icelandic architecture as many timber buildings were constructed in this way. Stone and later concrete.
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