attic order


attic order
аттиковый стиль (с низкими пилястрами в чердачном этаже)

Англо-русский строительный словарь. 2013.

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  • attic order — noun Etymology: attic (III) : an order (as of pilasters) adorning the front of an attic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Attic order — /ˈætɪk ɔdə/ (say atik awduh) noun Architecture a square column of any of the five orders of columns …   Australian English dictionary

  • attic — top story under the roof of a house, 1855, shortened from attic storey (1724). The term Attic order in classical architecture meant a small, square decorative column of the type often used in a low story above a building s main facade, a feature… …   Etymology dictionary

  • attic — [18] In classical architecture, an Attic order was a pilaster, or square column (the naḿe comes from Attica, a region of ancient Greece of which Athens was the capital). This type of column was often used in a relatively low storey placed above… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • attic — [18] In classical architecture, an Attic order was a pilaster, or square column (the naḿe comes from Attica, a region of ancient Greece of which Athens was the capital). This type of column was often used in a relatively low storey placed above… …   Word origins

  • Attic base — is the term given in architecture to the base of Roman Ionic order columns, consisting of an upper and lower torus, separated by a scotia (hollow concave molding) and fillets.It was the favorite of the Romans, and was employed by them for columns …   Wikipedia

  • Attic — At tic, n. [In sense (a) from F. attique, orig. meaning Attic. See {Attic}, a.] 1. (Arch.) (a) A low story above the main order or orders of a facade, in the classical styles; a term introduced in the 17th century. Hence: (b) A room or rooms… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Attic calendar — The Attic calendar is a hellenic calendar that was in use in ancient Attica, the ancestral territory of the Athenian polis. This article focuses on the 5th and 4th centuries BC, the classical period that produced some of the most significant… …   Wikipedia

  • Order of Angell — The Order of Angell is a senior honor society at the University of Michigan. Known for a brief period as the Hot Air Club and subsequently known throughout the remainder of the twentieth century as Michigamua, the organization officially renamed… …   Wikipedia

  • attic — noun Etymology: French attique, from attique of Attica, from Latin Atticus Date: circa 1696 1. a low story or wall above the main order of a facade in the classical styles 2. a room behind an attic 3. a room or a space immediately below the roof… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • attic — noun a space or room inside or partly inside the roof of a building. Origin C17 (as an architectural term designating a small order (column and entablature) above a taller one): from Fr. attique, from L. Atticus …   English new terms dictionary


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