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What is a Tudor style

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Posted on 2013-02-15 03:06:12

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Began in 1890, Tudor (Tudor) popular in 1890-1940 years, Tudor-style house in the 19th century the United States. These houses are often architect designed landmark building, built as early as 20 years ago, the first U.S. StickandQueenAnne-style houses, is almost completely imitated the British model. In British history, Elizabeth I (1558-1603) and James I (1603-25) reign has been widely circulated, with the construction of the Renaissance, and in the end of the century houses and later, this style before the formation of architectural design patterns. Random, asymmetric large buildings, especially the show steeple-shaped sloping roofs, one or more layers transverse gable, decorative plaster rather than structural wooden, and the external characteristics of a long row of windows. To the early 20th century, Tudor Revival-style design, is applied to middle-class houses in the village.

2013-02-15 03:06:12