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He returned to the square of barrel vaults, where they were going to stay.
The roof has a barrel vault and the windows are small.
The church is built on a rectangular ground plan and barrel vault.
It has a fine room with a barrel vault.
Inside, the Church the nave ends with a barrel vault.
The interior is covered by a barrel vault, which probably dates from the 18th century.
Its roof was a long barrel vault with steel supports.
In the barrel vaults people were milling around, working on dinner.
The interior of the ground floor, with barrel vaults, it is the basement.
The ceiling took the form of a barrel vault.
Inside the building is a central courtyard with a glazed barrel vault.
Also known as the church of the Assumption, is a single nave with barrel vault.
In the basement is a spacious chapel with a barrel vault.
It consists of a single nave and a barrel vault cover.
The porch is in striped stone, and has a pointed barrel vault.
The archway which goes over the former main road takes the form of a pointed barrel vault.
Stone barrel vaults were only used to roof small spans.
The interior is wide and in a single nave covered by a barrel vault.
The top level includes a barrel vault skylight across the building's width.
Also on the upper floor is a drawing room with a barrel vault and pendents.
The interior cell is covered with a barrel vault.
The barrel vault is a continuous arch, the length being greater than its diameter.
With a barrel vault, the centering can then be shifted on to support the next rings.
The basement floor and the entrance level are roofed with a barrel vault.
The arch is shaped like the cross-section of a barrel vault.
The west gate, built higher than the cells, has a simple architecture and leads to the courtyard through a short hallway with a cradle vault.
The hallway is in the middle and on the north section, there is the groin vault room and a door opening to a cradle vault corridor.
Its ridged cradle vault with the gilded roof was a first in Ottoman architecture with echoes of China and India.
Further north, the shed, that is built on mukarnas headed four columns, is covered with a wooden roof resulting from the cradle vault perpendicularly cutting the half-transverse vault.
The main chapel has a cradle vault with remains of frescoes, representing a halo in the sky with a figure corresponding to the patron saint,surrounded by floral and geometric motifs, all surrounded by a frieze with geometric designs.
An arched door gives access to the buildings and the donjon, reinforced by square towers in wedge-shapes, with access protected by machicolations (providing coverage from three-floors) and is topped by a cradle vault, sectioned into four branches by arched corbels.
The south porch is in brick and it has a tunnel vault.
Above this, the former Board Room has a tunnel vault.
To circumvent the problem area, a tunnel vault was created in open cut form, and then covered with earth.
The roof is a tunnel vault carried on columns of polished red granite.
The basement is a single tunnel vault, with low walls subdividing the area into stores.
The sanctuary is covered by a horseshoe tunnel vault.
The high ceiling above the auditorium takes the form of a coffered segmental tunnel vault.
The nave is flanked by aisles with plain arches, above which runs a tunnel vault.
It has a coffered segmental tunnel vault with apses at both ends and in the middle.
At the same time, the tunnel vault was rehabilitated, while the drainage tunnel was rebuilt.
It is effectively in three bays, each with a square groin vault, which are joined to each other by pointed tunnel vaults.
One of the best preserved elements of the villa is the large hall with tunnel vaults, stucco and the remains of frescos.
The simplest kind of vault is the barrel vault (also called a wagon or tunnel vault) which is generally semicircular in shape.
Similar to Qusayr 'Amra and Qasr Hammam as Sarah, three tunnel vaults support the roof of the structure.
The chancel arch and the south porch, with its rare Norman tunnel vault, are late 11th century, and the north aisle arcade is from the late 12th century.
The Crown Court has a tunnel vault on red granite columns and the Civil Court a coved ceiling on grey granite columns.
The hammer-beams themselves gave him a springing for short, low pitched tunnel vaults, running north and south, to connect the wall above the window heads with the rest of his vaulting.
The central mezzanine, built within the tunnel vault, gives access to three entrances on three corners at the intersection of Sherbrooke Street East and Langelier Boulevard.
Underneath the train shed is a large brick undercroft with intersecting tunnel vaults, above which were six platforms above street level which exited the station onto viaducts and bridges.
All the ceilings are of painted wood; that of the north aisle is a tunnel vault, the south aisle ceiling is sloping, and the ceiling of the nave and chancel is flat.
Originally the bays of the gallery were given pointed transverse tunnel vaults, with the outer wall penetrated by a large oculus, possibly inspired by the ones used in the original triforium at Notre Dame de Paris.
The design is almost identical with that of the stone vault over the Choir of the Cathedral, the great stone bracket pieces there taking the place of the hammer-beam supports, while the tunnel vaults run through at one level.
The earliest known example of a vault is a tunnel vault found under the Sumerian ziggurat at Nippur in Babylonia, ascribed to about 4000 BC, which was built of burnt bricks amalgamated with clay mortar.
Two steel murals by Robert Savoie, entitled Kawari Kabuto, grace the walls of the great volume over the tunnel vaults, and a mural in the pedestrian tunnel to the northern entrances is by Jean-Paul Mousseau.
A barrel vault, also known as a tunnel vault or a wagon vault, is an architectural element formed by the extrusion of a single curve (or pair of curves, in the case of a pointed barrel vault) along a given distance.