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ajimez

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Window-aperture in Moorish architecture with colonnettes or mullions dividing it into arch-headed lights.

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Alexander Thomson

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 (1817–75) Scottish architect.

The brightest of Scotland’s Victorian constellation of classical designers, Thomson was Scotland’s equivalent to the impassioned and individualistic...

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Arnold Bidlake Mitchell

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(1864–1944).

Gifted English Arts-and-Crafts architect. He began practice in 1886, specializing in parish-halls, houses, and schools. His best works include St Felix School,...

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bar

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1 Single piece of wood or metal, of any shape in section, placed horizontally, like the rail of a gate, to form an obstruction, or latch-bar dropped into a mortise behind a...

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Charles Francis Annesley Voysey

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 (1857–1941) English architect and designer.

Voysey was articled to the Gothic Revivalist J. P. Seddon in 1874 and worked for George Devey, a domestic architect specializing in the...

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cross-window

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Window with lights defined by a mullion and transom forming a cross.

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Diocletian window

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Semicircular opening (usually a window) subdivided by two plain mullions into three compartments. Named after its use in the thermae (baths) of Diocletian, Rome (ad 306), its alternative...

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Domestic Revival

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A 19th-century architectural style, born of the Gothic Revival, which involved a revival of many traditional vernacular motifs in English architecture such as timber-framing, tall chimneys,...

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double lancet

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1 Gothic window consisting of two lancet-lights separated by a mullion, often with a small circular or lozenge-shaped light above.

2 Two lancets placed...

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double window

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Window with two lights within one architectural entity, as in Gothic work, the lights separated by a mullion.

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