The irregular triangular space between the curve of an arch and the inclosing right angle; or the space between the outer moldings of two contiguous arches and a horizontal line above them, or another arch above and inclosing them.
The walling above and around the curve of an arch
Space between either shoulder of arch and surrounding framework.
the triangular space between the side of an arch, the horizontal above its apex, and the vertical of it's springing; the surface between two arches in an arcade
Space between jointed post, brace and beam
Triangular space between the shoulder of an arch and its rectangular frame, or between a curved brace and tie-beam, etc. (Wood, Margaret. The English Medieval House, 415)
1. A panel between the top of one window and the sill of another window on the story directly above it. 2. An irregular, triangular wall segment adjacent to an arched opening.
The space between the curves of two adjoining arches. Also the triangular space between the curve of an arch and the rectangle formed by a molding. Also the portion of an office building found between the head of one floor's windows and the sill of the next.
A triangular section of wall below the outer string of a staircase.
the wall space immediately below an upper story window.
The almost triangular area contained by the outer curve of an arch, the horizontal line drawn from its apex, and the vertical line drawn from its springing.
the triangular shape contained by the side of an arch, a horizontal line drawn through its crown, and a vertical line on the end of the span.
If there is not another flight of stairs immediately underneath, the triangular space underneath the stairs is called a "spandrel". It is most often used as a closet.
The portion of wall between the top of one window and the window SILL above it; or the roughly triangular surface between two adjacent arches.
Area between top of a column or pier and the apex of the arch springing from it.
an approximately triangular surface area between two adjacent arches and the horizontal plane above them
The triangular area formed between an arch and the rectangle of mouldings in which it is placed.
The space between the curve of an arch and the rectangular element around it
Triangular surface between the vault of a dome and the supporting elements. Also the triangular surface, with curved sides, between two adjacent arches and the horizontal moulding above.
An area between two adjoining arches, often decorated.
A panel spanning between two vertical elements, or across an arched opening in a wall
Either of the triangular spaces between the exterior curve of an arch and the rectangular frame or mold enclosing it
The roughly triangular surface between two adjacent arches. or the portion of wall between the top of one window and the window sill above it.
The space between two openings which are one above the other in a wall.
Triangle between the side of an arch, horizontal with its apex and vertical from its springing. Also, the triangle between two arches, in an arcade.
an architectural term for the space between the shoulder of an arch and the surrounding rectangular brickwork. In dialling, the term can be used to describe the corner areas of a square dial plate with a circular chapter ring.
The masonry contained between a horizontal line drawn through the crown and a vertical line drawn through the upper most point of the skewback.
Space above and to the sides of an arch; also the space below a staircase.
the more or less triangular space between an angle and a contained curve.
The triangular space formed when an arch is set within a rectangle.
the triangular space between the springing and centre of an arch
1. The facing of the area on buildings supported by a skeleton structure between the sill of one window and the top (or lintel) of the window next below. 2. A flat vertical face in an arcade bounded by the adjacent curves of two arches and the horizontal tangent of their crowns. When a lintel is used above an arched doorway or archway, two half-spandrels may sit astride the arch.
The roughly triangular area above an arch and below a horizontal bridge deck. A closed spandrel encloses fill material. An open spandrel carries its load using interior walls or columns.
The triangular space bounded by the curve of an arch, where the vertical line on the side meets the horizontal line at the top of the arch.
That part of a wall between the head of a window and the sill of the window above it. A unit spanning an opening with bearing beyond the opening. It is not normally load bearing, but self supporting.
the triangular area to the left and right of the top of an arch, if the arch is squared off on the top. The Italianate style, for example, can exhibit many spandrels between the rounded arches of a cast iron colonnade.
Triangular space above the haunch of an arch
The area between an arch and a ceiling or between and above two connected arches.
Triangular space between the side of an arch, and the horizontal drawn from the level of its apex and the vertical of its springing
That portion of the exterior wall of a multistory commercial building that covers the area below the still of the vision glass installation and the area above the head of the glass installation below.