At head of title: Council for British Archaeology.
|Statement||by Nigel Harvey.|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food., Council for British Archaeology.|
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By the mids, the English style was being adapted and changed to suit the changing nature of agriculture. The first major change was the addition of basements. Farmers began building barns on hillsides to allow for a full basement with lower-level ground access on one side, while the uphill side allowed upper-level access to the first floor. Herman and Lanier chose the Hunter Farm House in Sussex County, Delaware to explain how the architecture of a house can evolve over time. The Hunter Farm House was built in the mids. This sparse design is what they call "a double-cell, double-pile, half-passage plan.". 'Living Buildings in a Living Landscape: Finding a Future for Traditional Farm Buildings', published in , used the results of this work to produce a national overview of the importance of traditional farm buildings, the drivers of change that affect their management and regional summaries of their historic character. Farm building, any of the structures used in farming operations, which may include buildings to house families and workers, as well as livestock, machinery, and crops. The basic unit of commercial agricultural operation, throughout history and worldwide, is the farm. Because farming systems differ.
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