Mathematical Tiles


Mathematical Tiles were a form of cladding, usually for timber framed buildings, used from the mid eighteenth century into the early part of the nineteenth century in south east England. The glazed black variety are more particular to the Brighton area – this example is in Ditchling on a house that is under renovation.

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