Vaulted


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Vaulted

Constructed as a vault.

vaulted

1. Constructed as a vault.
2. Covered or closed by a vault.
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Vaulteds emphasis on collaboration between cross-discipline team members to streamline and improve compliance activities sets it apart from any other comparable tool in the Information Assurance industry.
When the renovations are complete, the lobby will again feature a soaring vaulted ceiling in the classic style of the 1920s.
It opens directly into a room that fills two vaulted bays with living and dining areas forming an L round the open kitchen.
(Externally, the solid triangle within the curve is visually a trifle awkward, and works better when seen from inside; for instance in the cafe, where light streams through glass panels set into the curved interstices over a vaulted ceiling.) An upper glass bay (a Voysey echo) diffuses light into the long music gallery beneath.
A modern steel and glass architecture matches Hamburg's vaulted main station -- with its elevated train tracks that were copied in Chicago and New York -- the city's wholesale market halls, now turned into exhibition spaces, and its river bridges.