The houses where our ancestors lived – a gallery of British architecture

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02 August 2017
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This new slideshow history guide shows how British homes have changed over the past five centuries.

This new slideshow history guide shows how British homes have changed over the past five centuries.

Historical architecture expert Trevor Yorke has lent his expertise to this guide to British home design, from Tudor times through to the modern day.

How to use the guide

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Simply click through each era to enjoy beautiful images and insightful information and anecdotes about each architectural era.
 
There are a wide range British styles portrayed - from the Addison homes of the 1900s to the Airey accommodations of the 1940s that were built in response to serious housing shortages after World War II. Other key housing styles include Georgian, Victorian and Tudor.

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