The Tudor style flourished during the first half of the 16th century. It is associated with Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, and Mary I. A number of elements linked with the Perpendicular style were adapted and modified. Mullioned windows were designed with square-heads and four-centered type arched openings became popular. Builders also preferred brickwork combined with high half-timber pinnacled gables, bay and oriel windows and multiple chimneys.