Friday, March 13, 2009

--Old Regionalist Architecture

One of these little white churches is designed to allow cross-breezes and thereby cool off parishioners on a hot Sunday morning. The other is designed to trap warmth and keep parishioners warm during long winter months. Though similar in layout and simplicity, one church is clearly an example of New England Regional architecture, and one is clearly and example of Southern Regional Architecture. Can you guess which is which?

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