Masters of Architecture
Folk architects are either the owner of the house concerned or master and
craftsmen in the region. The craftsman constructs the buildings without a plan,
but in the same way he has seen them built over the years. In folk architecture,
all houses look similar, only the sizes change.
If there is no major change in economic and social life, similar buildings
are invariably constructed.
Folk architects have no special training, but build houses in the way they
learned from their elders.