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Modular windows contribute to the stylish image, neatly finished with the smooth lines of a mono-pitched roof.
Shallow mono-pitched roofs.
A mono-pitched roof is a single-sloping roof surface, often not attached to another roof surface.
Interesting angles play successfully with the mono-pitched roof in this compact plan, presenting a snappy town house or a bach with attitude!
In the late 16th century they were superseded by the "lectern" type, rectangular with a mono-pitched roof sloping fairly steeply in a suitable direction.
The sawmill machinery is housed in a gabled structure with mono-pitched roof extension at one end under which the locomotive boiler sits minus its undercarriage.
Not far from the manor, stands the Whitehall Doocot, rectangular-planned, and two-chamber, with stone skews defining its mono-pitched roof.
Mono-pitched roofs are sometimes called a pent roof, shed roof, lean-to roof, or skillion roof (in Australia).
In November 1957, some 50 of Hatfield's two-storey terraced houses lost their mono-pitched roofs in a storm and the adverse publicity and financial liability ended his business.
Mono-pitched roofs can also be used to provide clerestory windows for a hallway or similar room where a row of windows is placed below the edge of the mono-pitched section reaching above the other roof below.
Phantassie Doocot is an unusual example of the beehive type topped with a mono-pitched roof, and Finavon Doocot of the lectern type is the largest doocot in Scotland, with 2,400 nesting boxes.
A mono-pitched roof can also be a smaller addition to an existing roof, where keeping to the same slope (roof pitch) puts the mono-pitched roof lower than the ceiling height of the main structure.