First published in 1985, this guide to the vernacular architecture of the Scottish countryside is the largest survey of its kind ever attempted in any country. Based on an unprecedented survey of 23,000 buildings picked at random rather than chosen selectively, it shows that Scotland may be divided into "character zones" according to variations in style and an important section of the book deals with each zone in detail. Illustrated with photographs, maps and drawings, the guide is a standard work for professionals and countryside lovers.
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