Vernacular Architecture Forum shines spotlight on Gaspe
For the first time ever, a group of architecture buffs and academics are heading to the Gaspé region for an international conference that is open to the public. It's being organized by the Vernacular Architecture Forum, an organization based in the United States.
About 125 people are spending a good part of the week touring the Gaspé and learning about the architecture that's typical of the region.
Tania Martin is the Laval University professor who pushed to hold the forum in our part of the world, and joined us on the line from Gaspé.
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