front elevation


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front elevation

The façade or principal elevation of a building.
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Van Schuylight Suffolk-Jones--came out to his waiting motor-car, wrinkling a contumelious nostril, as usual, at the Italian renaissance sculpture of the soap palace's front elevation.
Bedroom one has built-in wardrobes and a double glazed window to the front elevation, while bedroom two also overlooks the frontage.
On the first floor are three bedrooms, two of which overlook the front elevation.
Warkton Roofing has purchased a CTE ZED21J for survey work, gutter inspection and maintenance and front elevation work on industrial and commercial premises.
To screen the expression of each individual house, the front elevation has a singular horizontal emphasis, amplified by both a jettied first floor that projects over the pavement and by the extension of the continuous ribbon window along its length.
Tiny Tim's Centre, Whitefriars Lane - single storey extension and canopy to front elevation.
The two-car garage with carriage-style doors adds interest to the front elevation.
ASDA wish to install a new refrigeration plant, air conditioning plant and windows to front elevation.
While the walls around the potting area mask clutter, the openings maintain the illusion that it's part of the porch, thereby creating a more spacious and elegant front elevation.
Scogin Elam and Bray's uncharacteristically restrained (almost Northern) 64 Wakefield, though not their best, does have some juicy moments with its demure version of Josephine Baker's lap pool shrug across its front elevation (minus portholes).
All the houses in Sliabh Ros have oil-fired central heating, double glazing and half-brick front elevation, and the gardens are landscaped and come complete with shed.