column capital

column capital

A mushroom-like enlargement of reinforced concrete, at the upper end of a column, designed and built to act as an integral unit with the column and the floor slab above so as to increase the shearing resistance.
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Katso, CEO of Fifth Column Capital, LLC stated that "$23,000,000.00 is one of the largest single amounts ever invested in a virtual currency project as well as one of the largest single investments in the Fintech space.
Kaehr began his career in 2006 with Column Capital Group, a registered investment advisor, based in Indianapolis; he moved to Northern Trust Securities in 2010.
A Doric column capital from the Argive Heraion, capital C, has been widely regarded as belonging to a very early (7th- or early-6th-century B.C.) stage in the development of the Doric capital.
One gilded column capital survived; a model was made from it to cast in plaster the other three capitals.
Stucky: A basalt column capital of the early first millennium B.C.
Many of the carefully carved keystones and classical column capitals lasted until the heyday of urban renewal a couple of generations later, when wrecking crews pried them off.
Although totally rebuilt to today's highest standards of construction and engineering, echoes of the past are seen inside as well, such as the column capitals and scalloped rosette surrounding the main ballroom's chandelier, and handcrafted mosaic tiles in the glass-enclosed pool area.
Carved column capitals and half round corners add exquisite old world style to the Astoria, a 33-inch ClassicFlame Electric Fireplace, twinstarhome.com
Then there's the architrave: STATI UNITI D'AMERICA, in Trajan column capitals. And then there's the 7'6" copy of the U.S.
Those include old concrete beams on the ceiling, the original column capitals, and the tall ceiling height, Seider said.
"The equipment installed in 1906 took up a great deal of space inside the column capitals and blocked the reflective surface, making it impossible to light the lower half of the fixture," Jacobi says.
Graffiti, this time from the pylon at Edfu, are also used by Ulrike Fauerbach in her study of "The Creation of an Egyptian Capital." Here she examines graffiti from the pylon which show column capitals. One of the interesting aspects of her study is that she is able to show that these graffiti are in fact scale drawings of actual capitals at Edfu.