Water Table

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A projection near the base of exterior walls of a building designed to deflect water away from the basement or footings of a building.

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Window Box

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A planter box attached below a window usually with hidden brackets or corbels.

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Vestibule

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An entrance hall or passage between the outer door and the interior of a house or building. Although used to describe large entrance halls in grand public buildings, it is used more commonly to refer to an entrance space much smaller than a foyer. Often refers to the small enclosure or air lock between doors designed [...]

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Wainscoting

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The lower section of an interior wall when finished differently from the remainder of the wall. Wainscoting typically is between 30” to 60” high.

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Turret

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A small tower at the corner of a building.

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Tray Ceiling

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A tray ceiling is an architectural ceiling feature that is either inverted or recessed. Tray ceilings can be plain, ornate, subtle or dramatic. Lighting is commonly featured in this design. The recess may have rounded, stepped, slanted or vertical sides. The basic purpose of a tray ceiling is to break up an ordinary flat ceiling line [...]

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Trellis

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An architectural structure often used to support plants. May also be used to refer to an arbor or a pergola. Also: Arbor, Pergola

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Tudor Arch

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A common decorative element of Tudor architecture originally developed at the end of the Medieval period.

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Transom Window

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Any small window over a door or another window, often containing stained or leaded glass.

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Stepped Gable

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A stair step type of design at the top sides of a gable. The roof attaches behind the gable rather than resting on top of it; a common element in Flemish architecture.

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