A large doorway allowing vehicles to drive into or through a building. It is common to have the entrance door open upon the passage of the porte-cochère. Also, a porch over a driveway before an entrance door.
A carriage porch large enough to allow sheltered arrival. Portico. A covered or roofed colonnade used at a building's entrance.
A covered entrance porch for vehicles.
A porch or portico designed to admit a carriage.
a carriage entrance passing through a building to an enclosed courtyard
canopy extending out from a building entrance to shelter those getting in and out of vehicles
A roofed structure extending from the side or front entrance of a home over an adjacent driveway to shelter those getting in or out of vehicles.
A roof or shelter for vehicles over a driveway outside an entrance doorway, sheltering those getting in or out of a vehicle.
A carriage entrance leading through a building or wall into an inner courtyard. Also, a roofed structure covering a driveway at the entrance of a building to provide shelter while entering or leaving a vehicle.
A shelter for vehicles outside an entrance doorway; a carriage porch.
a roofed structure extending from the side or front entrance of a home over an adjacent driveway to shelter those entering or exiting a vehicle.
A porch large enough to enclose wheeled vehicles.
A large gateway allowing vehicles to drive into a courtyard
Porch-like roof extending over a driveway.
A porte-cochere (French porte-cochÃ¨re, literally "coach door", also called a carriage porch) is the architectural term for a porch or portico-like structure at a main or secondary entrance to a building, through which it is possible for a horse and carriage or motor vehicle to pass, in order for the occupants to alight under cover, protected from the weather.