A large hemispherical roof or ceiling.
The oldest and simplest Greek architectural order.
The cylindrical base on which a dome rests.
The lower border of a roof that overhangs the wall.
The upper section of the classical order consisting of three horizontal elements ─cornice, frieze, and architrave.
The front of a building; any face of a building given special architectural treatment.
Architectural style popular in the United States between 1780 and 1830. An interpretation of Ancient Roman architecture fashionable after the unearthing of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The American eagle was a common symbol used in this style, with the ellipse a frequent architectural motif.
A conventionalized iris in artistic design and heraldry.
A sculptured or richly ornamented band, as on a building or piece of furniture.
The art of painting on freshly spread moist lime plaster with water-based pigments.