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Architecture Vocabulary . Interior Design II Sketch and Define. Arcade. A series of adjoining arches with their supporting columns. Doric. Column Capitals - . Roof Types. Gable - Low Pitch. Dentil trim.

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architecture vocabulary

Architecture Vocabulary

Interior Design II

Sketch and Define

arcade
Arcade
  • A series of adjoining arches with their supporting columns
doric
Doric

Column Capitals -

roof types
Roof Types
  • Gable - Low Pitch
dentil trim
Dentil trim
  • An architectural decoration composed of small square projecting blocks used in a cornice (think teeth!)
shingles
Shingles
  • materials that are relatively thin, enough to be overlapped as they are put in place.
roof types1
Roof Types
  • Saltbox
ionic
Ionic

Column Capitals -

pediment
Pediment

Broken

pediment1
Pediment

Triangular

roof types2
Roof Types
  • Mansard
pilasters
Pilasters
  • A column that is part of a wall - can be semicircular or flat
corinthian
Corinthian

Column Capitals -

pitch
Pitch
  • A slope or the degree of slope – usually refers to a roof
portico
Portico
  • A projection from the main structure of a building over the front entrance supported by columns, and often capped by a triangular pediment
corner quoins1
Corner Quoins
  • Stone surfaces that cover corners of buildings
  • Alternate in length
pediment2
Pediment
  • An architectural decoration above a portico
roof types3
Roof Types
  • Gambrel
pediment3
Pediment

Segmental (round)

shutters1
Panels mounted on beside windows

Originally hinged so they could swing shut over a window to protect the glass during bad weather

Shutters
half timber1
Half Timber
  • Construction of timber frame having the spaces filed with masonry or plaster
  • Most of current construction is decorative
pediment4
Pediment

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