Architecture Terms Dormer: structural element of a building that protrudes from the plane of a sloping roof surface. Shed: An angled sloping type. Eyebrow: A curved or triangular dormer. Gabled: One with a little angled roof.
A pattern of metallic bronze leaves covers the facade of this house in Mayfair, London, by British architecture firm Squire and Partners.The leaf cladding, made from 4080 folded aluminium pieces, was inspired by a nearby building covered with a Virginia
amazing ideas throughout this entire house - ladderstile house by threefoldarchitects in Richmond Park, London - contemporary courtyard home, the volumes are arranged on the site 2 exploit natural light throughout day