hipped roof


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hipped roof

n.
Variant of hip roof.

hipped roof

n
(Architecture) a roof having sloping ends and sides
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hipped roof - a roof having sloping ends as well as sloping sideshipped roof - a roof having sloping ends as well as sloping sides
roof - a protective covering that covers or forms the top of a building
hip - (architecture) the exterior angle formed by the junction of a sloping side and a sloping end of a roof
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The school building is a brick building, rectangular ground plan, which contains one underground and three above-ground floors and a loft space under a hipped roof. Tile roofing.
'The proposed two storey replacement extension to the rear of the existing house on site has a double pitched hipped roof rather than a flat roof to be more in keeping with the existing house whilst minimising the size of the roof.
Nearly symmetrical with a hipped roof, central cupola and carved lintels, the structure served as home to four generations of the Peck family.
| Sheila Dann, removal of hipped roof, construction of replacement roof with front and rear dormers, alterations to garage and formation of windows, 8, Far End Lane, Honley.
These include a steep hipped roof (rather than today's more usual shallow pitched gable roof), bay windows, coved ceiling cornices, larger than average rooms and wide hallways - features reminiscent of the 1930's style, but cleverly combined with the economy and convenience of modern layouts.
Application ref: R/2013/0348/FF Validation Date: May 23 Address: 57 Coast Road, Redcar TS10 3PP Proposal: Demolition of existing garage and replace with detached single garage and hipped roof over existing extension at rear.
"It is supposed to be rendered and painted to match existing structures, it is supposed to have a hipped roof, we have no privacy.
Proposal: Conversion of existing offices to provide 22 one- and two-bedroom apartments with associated internal/external works to include installation of 16 rooflights, hipped roof extension and additional entrance to west elevation at 25-29 John Street, Sunderland, SR1 1JG.
The property dates from the 1920s, holding on to much of its practicallyperiod character with attractive hipped roof lines and gables.
A hipped roof, brick exterior, turret and keystones above the windows carry on the Old World legacy of European style.
Visual clues, like a hipped roof, five-piece crown molding, white beadboard ceilings, and freestanding columns, tie the buildings together.
The use of cornices, belt Coursing, and pavilions with a hipped roof are all elements reminiscent of the Palladian style.