Vernacular Architecture Group (VAG) Collections and Map

Vernacular Architecture Group (VAG), 2020

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Primary contact

Vernacular Architecture Group (VAG)
84 Derby Road
Spondon
Derbyshire
DE21 7LX

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Resource identifiers

  • ADS Collection: 3639

Introduction

Vernacular Architecture Group (VAG) Collections and Map

The Vernacular Architecture Group was formed in 1952 to further the study of lesser traditional buildings. The Group has over 700 members, including some 50 overseas members, and a number of affiliated groups and exchanging societies. Membership is open to anyone interested in vernacular architecture. Members are involved in all aspects of the recording and study of vernacular buildings including detailed local or regional surveys, studies of particular types of buildings, building materials and techniques, documentary evidence and principles of development.

The Vernacular Architecture Group collections include:

  • The Cruck Database
  • The Dendrochronology Database
  • The Wealden Houses Database
  • Bibliography of the Vernacular Architecture Group

The first three can be searched by location and features, and can also be displayed using the Map interface.


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