Monday, August 4, 2014

Lavenham 2014

Today we went to Lavenham again and visited the house.

The house was like every Tudor house that I've been to apart from yesterday's.

This one was normal rich and had a cellar and a little garden.

Becuase I am focusing on architecture, I am looking at the way buildings are made. The tudor house is made by cutting wood and believe it or not no nails. The slid then together like a puzzle and sealed it with a peg.

The main frame is made out of mud and sticks like this.

This is a house being made in its first form.

After the white stuff is the final of the mud and sticks. Amazing. Can you guess what roof this is?!

We saw alot of thatched houses all over England.

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