Edsel and Eleanor Ford House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Edsel and Eleanor Ford House: Examples of Tudor Revival Architecture

Now a museum, the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House, located in Southeast Michigan, is a symbol of American wealth and prosperity. It is also a model of Tudor Revival architecture. Designed by famous architect Albert Kahn, the 60-room mansion features multiple gables, projecting dormers and towering chimneys, all characteristic of the architectural style.

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