79) In terms of workmanship, the stylobate blocks are irregularly hewn, measured, and finished.
It features a finely built stylobate with two Ionic bases (Fig.
The stylobate seems to have undergone some remodeling in antiquity, as the blocks of the intercolumniations are far less uniform in dimension than those beneath the columns, and they appear to have been reused.
The breadth of the propylon along its interior stylobate measures just over 10 m; unlike other architectural elements of the site, it is constructed from Pentelic marble.
It was clearly made from a recycled stylobate block (a common practice in this period), (155) and it could well represent an earlier architectural element of the Prytaneion, displaced by the Augustan restoration program.
of the southern portico, however, was found to have been robbed out.
a: Found July 2, 1974, built into a seventh-century wall on the stylobate
of the stoa mentioned above.
To access facades, fire-fighting vehicles are allowed to use special roofs of stylobates
and annexes, which are designed to bear the load of fire-fighting vehicles.
The location near CDH, the famous museum of modern art with the biggest collection of Russian avant-garde paintings, inspired the idea of five towers with common stylobates
as interpretations of canvases by prominent masters of the 1920s--Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, Alexander Rodchenko, Alexandra Ekster and Liubov Popova.
Interior woodwork (combination of keys, supports pads, doors, sliding wooden doors, sanitary cabins prefabricated facades ducts, doors, paneling medium perforated stylobates