Shapes of Buildings

Glimpses of  Countryside

Buildings Closing a View

Pavements & Streets

Timber Framed Houses

Wattle & Daub

Weatherboarding

Use of Bricks

Use of Stone

Stucco & Rendering

Tile Hanging

Mathematical Tiles

Painting Bricks & Tiles

The Coming of Slate

Glass and Glazing

Unusual Features in Rye

Cast Iron

Changes in Fashion

Shapes of Rye
Materials of Rye

Shapes of Streets

Glimpses of Country Gallery
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Gallery of Buildings, Shapes & Materials of Rye
Street Shapes

Rye has a unique collection of buildings which have changed and developed over the centuries.  As new materials were introduced, new houses were built in available spaces, or buildings were adapted, making Rye a fascinating mix of architectural styles. The Slide Show below shows a selection Rye’s unique buildings. Place the mouse over the image for information.

The Gallery to the left provides images and information about the different shapes, materials and colours of Rye.  (If the gallery below overlaps in your browser, click right mouse button and refresh).

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The Conservation Society strives to protect Rye’s buildings for future generations.