A short wall below the glazing on all or some of the exterior walls. Also see Base Wall.
Low wall in upper story resulting from 1 1/2 story construction.
A partial-height wall, usually in an attic or vaulted space
A low wall, approximately "knee" height, built at the sunroom or conservatory base, beneath the wall system, either raising the overall unit height or reducing the wall height. Although normally constructed of brick or stone, a knee wall can be built with other materials to better match the home's exterior appearance to the conservatory.
a knee-high wall that forms the lower part of the outside wall
a sidewall separating conditioned space from attic space under a pitched roof
A short wall between an attic floor and sloping roof.
Low wall resulting from a 1 ½ story construction, split level homes, crawl space walls, short walls in attic room construction and others.
A knee wall is a wall whose height is short in comparison with the other walls in the structure.
A low wall in an attic or half-story space.
A short wall under the slope of the roof.
Framing member used for wall construction in an attic.
A short wall under the slope of a roof.
A wall-like structure that supports roof rafters.
Wall that is not high in comparison to the other walls in the structure.
A short wall that helps to support a load. In an open attic space, a knee wall is often placed towards the outside edge of the building, to help support the roof load.
Wall-like structure, approximate knee height, extending from the floor to the roof in the second story of a 1 1/2 story house.