stepped roof

stepped roof

A roof constructed of stones which are arranged in a stair-stepped fashion, diminishing toward the top in a peak.
See also: Roof
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The exterior gains full-length roof rails in a bright finish that emphasise the vehicle's trademark stepped roof design.
60 (10 flights of stairs) - Grating pump shaft - Grid final container hall - Grid degree with door filling room - Riffelblech doorstep - Stepped Roof rising - Railing pedestal crane - Frames for roof penetrations (Rectangular) - Frames for roof penetrations (approximately)
The Discovery Vision Concept alludes to its unique lineage with design elements such as the stepped roof and alpine lights.
Finally, the lowest panel on this pillar has been cut, leaving only the stepped roof and the head and torso of a crowned figure with a star-shaped halo, as on the panels above.
There is a wide variety of angles, stepped roof overhangs, barrel shaped walls and quality artes.
And the Discovery's stepped roof allows for 'stadium' seating which means occupants of all three rows have a great view of the road ahead and lends the cabin a sociable, airy feeling.
Headroom is ample and the stepped roof features something called Command-View - a pair of skylights complete with sunshades over the second row of seats.
Ikea is boring, city arcade is a joke, but the flats going up opposite (the victoria buildings) look nice they're going to have stepped roof gardens and are going to be clad in aluminium I think.
The stepped roof and theatrestyle seating arrangement means passengers get a decent view of the road ahead whether they are in row one, two or three.
We purposely kept strong Land Rover design cues, such as the clamshell bonnet, stepped roof and the basic form," says Land Rover design director Geoff Upex.
A stepped roof supported by a grid of concrete columns brought light into the classically deep industrial plan.
Unique Land Rover design cues include its bold, geometric lines; the stepped roof ; an asymmetric, split rear tailgate; the use of an air intake on only one side of the body; and its large glazed areas.

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