Tudor architecture is the final development of medieval architecture between the Tudor Period of 1485-1603, for conservative college patrons.

Following a perpendicular style, Tudors supersede Elizabethan architecture but holds to its English taste, which also overlaps Gothic Revival.

A defining feature of this style is the four-centered arch. Moldings are more spread out, oriel windows a scattered, and there is naturalistic foliage often prominent.

In the 20th century there was a Tudor Revival movement in architecture beginning in the United Kingdom, and later influencing other countries. The term "tudorbethan is modeled after "Jacobethan style, however Tudors took on a new style and eliminated some Jacobethan elements such as hexagonal towers and applied more domestic styles that gave a more cozy or quaint feel.