The upright post of a staircase which supports the handrail – often turned and decorated.
Either infill of masonry laid as panels between a timber wall-frame or small horizontal pieces of timber fixed between the wall studs.
A moulding fixture with a rounded edge.
A groove formed in the side of timber to fix into the matching side of another.
Glass through which light can pass but objects are blurred.
A distance measured from a survey mark.
S-shaped or double curve comprising a convex and a concave section, often seen in decorative archways.
A sump to capture and prevent oils and greases entering drainage systems.
An open channel by which surface water is carried away.
A bay window suspended above