AnnexAn expansion or supplementary structure of a building.
ApseA domed or vaulted recess or projection on a building.
ArchCurved structure spanning an opening that supports the surrounding walls.
ArchitraveThe lowest section of the entablature that rests directly on the column.
Art DecoA design style popularized in the 1920s and 1930s during the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, an exposition of modern decorative and industrial arts held in Paris, France, in 1925. Bold outlines, geometric and zigzag forms, and the use of modern materials, such as plastic, characterize the style.
Art ModerneSimilar to Art Deco, with its stripped-down forms and geometric-based ornamentation, the moderne style is sleek and unornamented, while the slightly earlier deco style can be quite decorative.
BalustradeA row of upright, often vase-shaped supports topped by a rail that prevents people from falling over the edge of a staircase.
CapitalThe head of a column or pillar.
Classical OrdersThe main architectural types based on the style of capital, column, and entablature.
ColonnadeA series of columns set at regular intervals and usually supporting the base of a roof structure.
ColumnA supporting pillar consisting of a usually round shaft, a capital, and a base.
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