Can you give me a "concrete" example?? aka. put few pictures side-by-side and show me the variance within the Hue architecture, since I don't see it.If you look at central and southern architecture you can't really give it a definite period style. They seem to be very varied. The structures in there appear different from eachother, that's why it looks like a mess sometimes.
And again, even if there's a variance from one building to another? What's wrong with it? That only adds to the diversity of our architecture, making each building unique. It would be so boring if all buildings look the same, or follow the same rigid type. It's not like all the buildings in the North look the same anyway. Just as the same case as the Northern style, the Hue buildings have variance between each particular building, yet still follow the same patterns.