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My Girl Verna : Bermudian Vernacular Architecture in the 21st Century

There are two contradictory currents within Bermudian vernacular architecture today. One is the original building tradition of the 17th century, and the other is "21st-century Bermudian Vernacular."

Vernacular architecture is defined as the building tradition of a local people. It is a pattern language or dialect of construction that is particular to a group of people.

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