Hip-roofed


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Hip´-roofed`


a.1.Having a hip roof.
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removal of the existing railing, excavation for and construction of a new open porch (hip-roofed) outside the main entrance doors, framed up in galvanised and powder coated steel; having the north side glazed with two panels of 12mm toughened and laminated glass and roofed with standing seam patinated zinc roofing on plywood on timber with insulation and including a soffit of cedar sheeting on marine plywood, together with all associated works including eaves, rainwater goods, flashings, counter flashings and all accessories, and including new lighting and adjustment to existing external lighting.
To get away from it all, Anne and David Noller just take a few steps out into their garden, where a hip-roofed pavilion nestles into one corner beside a rock retaining wall and koi pond.
So you'll find gable and shed dormers on hip roofs, hip-roofed porches on gabled homes, and shed roofs attached just about anywhere.
Together, these areas expand the cabin's living space, and their form balances the strong shape of the hip-roofed building.
The resulting 500-square-foot cabin very simple-a hip-roofed, Post-and beam, single-wall building with a skylight in the roof peak and generous decks on three sides.
PHOTO : New gable set into hip-roofed attic created space for small bathroom with oversize shower.
And high above, on a hip-roofed cupola, sits a weathervane that indicates wind direction with a solid wood racket.