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plate traceryの例文

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  • Its plan consists of a five-wheel windows with plate tracery.
  • Later Romanesque churches may have wheel windows or rose windows with plate tracery.
  • Paired windows were sometimes surmounted by a simple opening such as a quatrefoil cut in plate tracery.
  • On the south side is a lancet window and three two-light windows containing plate tracery.
  • The leadlight windows to the aisles are divided in two by a central mullion with plate tracery and pointed arch above.
  • The two-storey fa鏰de to Viaduct Road is E-shaped and regular, with a symmetrical seven-plate tracery.
  • The five apse windows in the facets of the south-facing drum are divided in two by a central mullion with plate tracery above.
  • The exteriors were plain and unbuttressed, in red brick with stone sparingly used for window dressings and plate tracery, and for occasional bands of relief.
  • Mediaeval Beverley Minster has a fine example of an Early Gothic wheel window with ten spokes, each light terminating in a cusped trefoils and surrounded by decorative plate tracery.
  • Other characteristics of early Gothic architecture, such as vertical shafts, clustered columns, compound piers, plate tracery and groups of narrow openings had evolved during the Romanesque period.
  • The entrances from the sides of the church, feature pointed arched doorways on the eastern face, and single window openings of plate tracery, with small quatrefoil opening above.
  • Some of his later churches, particularly those in brick, were to have a robust quality, often with Early French Gothic rose windows with plate tracery or a simple quatrefoil.
  • The rose windows of early-and high-Gothic cathedrals, such as the example in the north transept of Laon Cathedral ( 1170's ) or the west facade at Chartres ( c . 1210 ), also employed plate tracery.
  • The Church of England chapel ( shown as " Richmond Community Chapel " on Richmond Council's map of Richmond and East Sheen Cemeteries ) was built in 1875 to a design by plate tracery and decorative sculpture, but the architect is unknown.
  • Unlike with plate tracery, where each stone had to be individually shaped, the elements of bar tracery could be mass-produced to standard templates in the mason's yard-work that could continue even when it was too cold for lime mortar to set.
  • The parish church of St . Peter was constructed in the late 12th century and is a grade I listed building extensively restored in the 19th century, unusually it tower windows with two light plate tracery of c . 1260 is made of ironstone rubble with stone dressings and dressed stone to north aisle.
  • As the buttressing systems of early Gothic architecture reduced the structural need for broad expanses of thick walls, window openings grew progressively larger and instead of having just one very large window per bay division ( which would create problems with supporting the glass ), the typical early-Gothic'twin lancet plus oculus'form of plate tracery developed.
  • The practicalities of building window tracery in this way severely limited the complexity of designs that could be produced and although plate tracery designs evolved over the course of the 12th and early 13th centuries, in practice, the only real variation was in the number and size of lancets and in the trefoils, quatrefoils and oculi used to fill the spaces above them.
  • The main entrance is at the east end, from Gordon Street, through a gabled porch with angle buttresses ( with mouldings, a pointed-arch door and a two-light and oculus plate tracery window above the door ) which links onto the Lady Chapel via an octagonal turret and two-light room . ( There is also a north side entrance approached by a cloister walk from the porch .)
  • The detached tower with its picturesquely modelled spire, its belfry stage rich in ornamental brick-work and marble bosses, the semicircular apse and quasi-transepts, the plate tracery, the dormers inserted in the clerestory, the quaint treatment of the nave arcade, the bold vigour of the carving, the chromatic decoration of the roof all bear evidence of a thirst for change which Mr . Street could satisfy without danger, but which betrayed many of his contemporaries into intemperance.