A covered and inclosed entrance to a building, whether taken from the interior, and forming a sort of vestibule within the main wall, or projecting without and with a separate roof. Sometimes the porch is large enough to serve as a covered walk. See also Carriage porch, under Carriage, and Loggia.
A portico; a covered walk.
Covered approach to entrance of building.
covered entrance to a shrine or hall, generally open and with columns
A covered place of entrance and exit attached to a building and projecting from its main mass.
a structure attached to the exterior of a building often forming a covered entrance
a covered entrance to a doorway; in some great churches these became large and elaborate structures
A roofed structure attached to the exterior of a building or structure.
A covered area attached to a house but open to the outside on a least one side.
A covered area attached to a house at an entrance.
a projecting, entrance enclosing the portal and its trumeau. Above it, the lintel and further above the tympanum ( See these words)
An area extending beyond the exterior walls of a house which can be enclosed or left open.
The reception space situated at the entrance to a church or cathedral.
the roofed entrance to a house.
The covered entrance to a building; called a portico if columned and pedimented like a temple front.
An open or enclosed gallery or room on the outside of a building.
an extension from a structure, usually serving as part of the entrance, whether front , rear or sides--may be large enough for relaxation and most often has its own roof, rather than a part of the structure (the porch is the part walked on while the porch roof is the overhead cover)
The structure can be a simple covered entrance to a home or a fully enclosed room on the outside of a residence.
A porch is what extends above the entrance to of a dwelling or a commercial establishment offering a cover. Usually it is supported by pillars and juts out straight at the approach of the building.
An open or enclosed room on the outside of a building, which projects outward from an exterior wall.
A porch is a structure attached to the front or back entrance of a building. It is external to the walls of the main building proper, but may be enclosed by screen, latticework, broad windows, or other light frame walls extending from the main structure. In North America a porch is a platform structure like a verandah, whereas in Britain the porch is typically a small vestibule where wet/muddy clothing can be removed before entering the main house.