Tudor architecture


Tudor architecture

Tudor architecture may refer to:

*Tudor style architecture, the first architecture from the Tudor period
*A style typified by Tudor City, popular in apartment buildings and housing cooperatives in New York City in the 1920s
*Tudorbethan architecture, a modern pastiche of Tudor style


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