canted wall

cant wall

cant window
A wall canted on plan. cant window, cant-bay window A bay window erected on a plan of canted outline; the sides of the window are at an angle with respect to the wall; also see angled bay window.
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In addition, this assignment consisted of the installation of a canted wall in the reception and main conference areas with wall mounted sconces, giving the office space a sheik, modern effect.
1 Compressed corridor framed by canted wall planes leads from the entrance to the dining space.
The report said: "The new Nunthorpe Methodist Church, built on similar design to Coventry Cathedral with canted walls and windows directing all the daylight to the Communion table, had a capacity congregation for its opening and consecration on Saturday." Methodists have been gathering for worship in Nunthorpe since 1908 when meetings took place in a station cottage.
The interior is 13 A' feet wide at the floor but, because of the canted walls, 16 feet at the eave.
It has no skin; its canted walls of fleshy concrete, silky to the touch, are both its structure and epidermis.
Shortridge and Callas have domesticated elements of this vocabulary: weighty, asymmetrical roofs; splayed columns; and canted walls. But these forms are secondary to the light and space they manipulate.
Street with recessed lighting and canted walls holding displays.
Gunter Behnisch adopted a different approach with a kindergarten in Stuttgart, conceived as a stranded ship, complete with portholes, leaning decks and canted walls (AR September 1991).
To this end, a 194ft (59.1 m) long gutter element, 6ft (1.83 m) in diameter, is notched into one of the canted walls that enclose the whale-like hulk of the main auditorium.
As one moves through a Niles house, chromed columns and canted walls reflect and deflect the light, containing the open spaces and exploding the enclosed.