pyramid roof

pyramid roof

pyramid roof
A roof which has four slopes terminating at a peak.
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TRetaining many of its original features including a tower with pyramid roof, segmental arches and brick nesting recesses, it offers impressive accommodation in an idyllic country setting close to The Cheviots.
The newly-refurbished gallery has reopened after a two-year closure with a new glass pyramid roof to allow natural light into the upper galleries.
The distinctive Bedworth landmark stands 45 metres high, with a tiled pyramid roof, and is situated behind an electic-fated entrance off Gatehouse Lane.
He employed a team of architects who developed a glass pyramid roof which acts as a centre point of the whole house.
The moving spirit behind this technology that uses compressed earth blocks instead of bricks and a steel pyramid roof is Professor Javed Shah of NED University in Karachi.
A key feature of the temple will be its pyramid roof, with a large glazed lantern at the apex.
A pyramid roof lantern Voods the stairwell with natural light.
The delicate structure was inspired by the Japanese woodcraft, Kumiko, and to clarify the reading of the house's composition, a simple pyramid roof bears only on the perimeter walls, free of central dividing walls, in a manner that the architect says recalls how a dome sits over principal spaces in Islamic mosques.
In between the spadework, Bugg, Passingham and Gallagher also find time to start overcladding the northern plane, the smallest, easiest and most sheltered side of the pyramid roof. Time is ticking on and they know that the job has to be finished before their scheduled departure just four and a half weeks from now.
The property's signature pyramid roof makes it one of downtown's most recognizable properties.
The awnings are available in two roof styles (a hip roof and a pyramid roof) and several colors.