The steel plate which is sandwiched between the timbers in a flitch beam.
A pattern formed by shingles that are laid in regular horizontal rows of equal height, each row overlapping the row
Masonry construction in which the stones are laid in regular courses, not irregularly as in rough or random rubble.
Ashlar masonry in which the stones are of equal height within each course; all courses need not be of the
The forecourt of a building, especially a monumental forecourt.
A pin, 1 which is used to connect lifts or tiers or formwork scaffolding vertically.
Terminology once used to designate a pair of rafters.
A double-pitched roof, usually of narrow span, in which opposite rafters are not tied together; the walls resist the outward
Two closely spaced windows which form a pair.
Two closely spaced pilasters forming a pair.