with Daniel Ash of Nelson Treehouse
March 5, 2018
The definition of vernacular architecture in Seattle is changing as fast as the city itself. Building your home with your bare hands used to be a common occurrence, but these days it’s rare. How do we define vernacular architecture when the rules we live by dictate that the people who build our homes are rarely the people who live in them?
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