rural architecture. Buildings associated with the countryside, but especially C18 and C19 cottages ornés and fermes ornées or other buildings designed to suggest the rural ideal, as in a Picturesque landscape, using free compositions, asymmetry, vernacular detail, and materials such as roughcast, thatch, rubble, etc. See also rustic.
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