R. W. Brunskill's scientific contributions

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... He believed that these villages were built by untrained amateurs, following local customs. Most of the materials selected came from local and only a few used foreign materials e material of the building and the function of the building has a crucial influence on the shape, and the aesthetics is often only ranked second [2]. ese concepts embody the common denominator of communities around the world that have much less in common than the differences between them in terms of construction methods and construction ideas, and the current state of conservation is precarious and will continue. ...