Tuesday, March 3, 2009

--Old Regionalist Architecture

Typical Southwestern Native American Pueblo
Typical Eastern Woodland Native American Wigwam
Typical Northwestern Woodland Native American Longhouse
Typical Plains Native American Teepee

Each of the above structures presents architectural innovations of regional Native American populations. The structures provide comfortable shelter, use local materials, and are adapted to the needs of the cultural lifestyle. To be successful, New Regionalist architecture must do the same.

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