Chapter 4 Journal Activity
Architects of England
Architects of England From Stonehenge to the reinforced concrete structures of the 20th Century, we go on a tour of Britain's architecture throughout the ages. Today Britain's architects use steel, concrete, and glass. Saxon and Norman church builders used stone. Builders of Tudor and Elizabethan houses made extensive use of brick. Inigo Jones and Christopher Wren employed foreign styles of building with English materials, such as Portland stone, red bricks, and slate.