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Architectural ElementsArch- semicircular shape used in bridges and buildings
Architectural ElementsColumn-architectural structure comprised of a base, shaft,and capital
Architectural ElementsBaseboards-border usually made from wood used at the bottom of the wall along the perimeter of the floor Molding-strips of curved or carved wood used for decoration
Architectural ElementsCupola- a dome shaped roof or ceiling Dome- a vaulted hemispherical roof
Architectural ElementsGable-the triangle-shaped part of a wall at the end of a sloping roof Lintel- a long piece of stone or wood above a window or door that helps carry the weight of the wall
Architectural ElementsBalcony-Attached elevated porch Balustrade-a railing system that includes a top rail, balusters, and sometimes a bottom rail
Architectural ElementsBalustrade-a railing system that includes a top rail, balusters, and sometimes a bottom rail
Architectural ElementsArcade-Series of arches Atrium-an open court in the middle of a building
Architectural ElementsCornice-A horizontal projecting molding at the top of a wall, window, or column.
Architectural ElementsPediment-A stone or wooden shape, often triangular found over a door or window
Architectural ElementsPorch-A covered structure forming an entrance to a building
Architectural Elementspilaster-A pillar or column on a wall with a capital and a base, set partially into a wall as ornamental design
Architectural ElementsSkylight- a window in a roof that lets more light into the building Wainscot- a facing for inner walls usually made of paneled wood
BALUSTRADE A row of repeating posts which support the upper rail of railing. Staircases and porches often have ballustrades.
Greek Revival Characteristics
INTD 50A architectural detail. roof types—gable roof types—gambrel.
Architectural Features Interior Design II. Quoins Projecting or contrasting brick or stone laid at the corner angle of a building Projecting or contrasting.
Housing and Interiors I
STYLES OF HOUSING 17 th Century - Today. Roof Styles.
UNIT #1 EXAM - KEY Place your name on your paper! Label and date your test paper. View each slide Identify the image by choosing from the answer options.
18 th Century Housing Mrs. Wagner Fashion & Interior Design.
Greek Revival Architecture
20 th Century Housing Mrs. Wagner Fashion & Interior Design.
Roof and Architectural Elements
The Architecture Styles of Oakham Presented by: The students in Mrs. Johnson and Miss Miller’s classes.
Objective 6.01 Nineteenth Century Housing
Common Architecture Terms. Fenestration The design and placement of windows in a building.
Objective 6.01 Eighteenth Century Housing I.Georgian II.Federal III.Adams IV.Greek Revival /Early Classical Revival.
Architectural CAD I – IM230
Cape Cod Style Cape Cod houses had many of these features: Steep roof (8"-12" pitch) with side gables - Keeps weather out - Allows attic.
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