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EOPA REVIEW 4- ELEVATIONS and DESIGN ELEMENTS
Terms in this set (24)
Molding of various widths and thicknesses used to trim door and window openings at the jambs.
A strip of metal or fabric fastened along the edges of windows and doors to reduce drafts and heat loss.
A trough for carrying water.
The part of the roof that projects out from the wall.
A vertical board nailed to the end of the rafters
A masonry section, usually concrete, in a rectangular form wider than the bottom of the foundation wall or pier it supports
The slope of a roof usually expressed in ratio.
Sheet metal or other material used in roof and wall construction to protect a building from water seepage.
One-and-one-half-story homes generally have _____ to provide additional light and ventilation.
An analysis should be made of _____ to determine if a house plan is as functional as it could be.
To plan, create, or devise; may refer to the results of the planning, creating, and devising
The _____ for each room must be understood by the house designer if a functional plan is to be developed.
Color., Line, Point., Shape., Texture., Space., Form. and
Unity/harmony, are all considered _____________________
ELEMENTS OF DESIGN
If possible, the sleeping area should have a _____ or_____ orientation.
Usually about _____ of the house is dedicated to the sleeping area.
For wheelchair access to a bathtub, the bathtub rims should not be lower than _____ inches from the floor.
The minimum depth of a clothes closet is _____ inches.
A 5′ × 8′ bath would be considered a(n) _____ bath.
Most toilets require a space at least _____inches wide for installation.
A gambrel roof is a _____________ roof.
Influences in American Architecture
English, French and Spanish
An open frame wall to which a covering is attached to a _____________
The development of _____________ made it possible to construct high-rise buildings.
The footing of a foundation is typically _________ the size of the wall.
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