Anything but Ordinary - Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles
Architect Peter Block and interior designer Joel Kelly create timeworn beauty for a new house in Buckhead.
Tudor-Style Home Ideas That Bring Old-World Style into the Modern Age
Identified by their steeply pitched rooflines and decorative half-timbering, Tudor-style homes range from elaborate mansions to modest suburban residences. These charming structures typically mimic classic English architecture with sturdy materials and romantic details. These examples of Tudor homes bring that old-world style into the modern day.
2037 architecturaldigest.com "José Solís Betancourt was commissioned to renovate the interiors of a 1932 Tudor Revival house in Washington, D.C. Richard Williams Architects collaborated on the project. Architectural details in the library include exposed rough-hewn beams and a Gothic-arched fireplace. Roman shade fabric, Robert Allen. Drapery fabric, Manuel Canovas. (April 2008)"
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Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 161, a 1929 Tudor Revival building designed by Edward Cray Taylor and Ellis Wing Taylor. Big Orange Landmarks
Windows of Tudor Houses: To make a pane of glass was a time consuming and painstaking process which made the use of glass so expensive. The small pieces of glass for the windows of 15th and 16th century houses were joined together with lead. The leaded window panes were constructed in a in a criss-cross or ‘lattice’, pattern and became a feature of 15th and 16th century Houses. Casement windows were attached to a hinge which opened outwards. My favorite type of window<3