Tudor Architecture Diagram - one of the innovations of the Tudor period is the internal chimney stack and enclosed fireplace which dispensed with the open hall that relied on a huge hearth - and enabled second storeys with fireplaces for heating.

Tudor Architecture Diagram - one of the innovations of the Tudor period is the internal chimney stack and enclosed fireplace which dispensed with the open hall that relied on a huge hearth - and enabled second storeys with fireplaces for heating.

Bramall Hall, a timber framed Tudor era manor house in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England by perseverando

Bramall Hall, a timber framed Tudor era manor house in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England by perseverando

Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns.

Known as nogging, bricks stacked between the framing timbers alternate between basket weave and herringbone patterns.

#Tudor #Architecture #history - there is a tendency to call any building with exposed timber frame structure as TUDOR - however this term applies to the period 1485-1603 ending with the death of Elizabeth I and anything beyond that is "Tudor style"

#Tudor #Architecture #history - there is a tendency to call any building with exposed timber frame structure as TUDOR - however this term applies to the period 1485-1603 ending with the death of Elizabeth I and anything beyond that is "Tudor style"

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