An arch in which the curved sides are broken by a series of projections, creating a number of miniature indentations.
In Byzantine architecture an entrance vestibule at the west end of a church.
A style based on the architecture of classical Greece and Rome that developed in the mid-18th century. Neoclassical buildings are typically plain and geometric in form.
A round window or opening, usually in a dome. OGEE
An arch in which each side consists of two curves, one concave and one convex. Ogee arches were used widely in the late, ornate phase of Gothic architecture.
In classical architecture an order is a way of designing an arrangement of a column, capital, and entablature. There were five classical orders. Greek architecture used three: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian; Roman architecture added two more: Tuscan and Composite.
Used to describe the architecture practiced by Frank Lloyd Wright and his followers. Organic buildings are closely integrated with their site
And sensitive to the processes of nature. The term is also used more widely to describe structures that are planned in a way that reflects natural forms.
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