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Vernacular architecture: Quiz


Question 1: Replica log cabin at ________, USA
Fort MifflinLiberty BellValley ForgePhiladelphia campaign

Question 2: An early work in the defense of vernacular was Bernard Rudofsky's 1964 book Architecture Without Architects: a short introduction to non-pedigreed architecture, based on his ________ exhibition.
Metropolitan Museum of ArtMuseum of Modern ArtModernismModern art

Question 3: ________ described vernacular architecture as:[9]
ChicagoTaliesin (studio)Frank Lloyd WrightDarwin D. Martin House

Question 4: Vernacular ________ is a term used to categorise methods of construction which use locally available resources and traditions to address local needs.
ItalyArchitectural theoryArchitectureEurope

Question 5: The term "commercial vernacular," popularized in the late 1960s by the publication of ________'s "Learning from Las Vegas," refers to 20th century American suburban tract and commercial architecture.
Robert VenturiFrank GehryPhilip JohnsonI. M. Pei

Question 6: Quonset huts in front of Laguna Peak, Point Mugu, ________, USA in 1946.
Sacramento, CaliforniaCaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, California

Question 7: The work Transitional Settlement: Displaced Populations, produced by Shelter Centre covers the use of vernacular in ________ response and argues its importance.
AbolitionismHuman rightsHumanitarianismSlavery

Question 8: As many jurisdictions introduce tougher ________ and zoning regulations, "folk architects" sometimes find themselves in conflict with the local authorities.
Building codeConstructionInsuranceModel building code

Question 9: In ________, vernacular refers to language use particular to a time, place or group.
Noam ChomskyPragmaticsSemanticsLinguistics

Question 10: The Blackhouse Museum, Arnol, ________
StornowayGreat BerneraLewisHarris, Outer Hebrides

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