- with emphasis on Kazaviti village, Thassos Island
Note also articles/parts I (Introduction/general); II (New Guinea - Melanesia) and IV (Bavaria)
All pictures and captions on page 5
The schizofrenic situation in Greece is characterized by the overwhelming power of urban life style on the one hand side, and close affinity of town people to the village where their forefathers lived, on the other. “Tradition” is on everybody's lips, but hardly anyone really understands what it means. And praxis shows the opposite of preserving the old. Pseudo-rustic design is in vogue as fulfilment of nostalgia – without that people have maintained any meaningful comprehension of village heritage. ...weiterlesen "The dilemma of rural architecture – part III (Greece)"